Vaccines against biologic agents: uses and developments.

@article{Ales2004VaccinesAB,
  title={Vaccines against biologic agents: uses and developments.},
  author={Noel C Ales and Rohit K. Katial},
  journal={Respiratory care clinics of North America},
  year={2004},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={
          123-46
        }
}
Although the Geneva protocol that prohibits the use of chemical and biologic weapons was ratified in 1925, many countries failed to accept this protocol: others stipulated retaliation, and some, like the United States, did not ratify the protocol for decades. This delay allowed the continued development of chemical and biologic agents. Members of the health care community are responsible for determining the best way to protect society from the potentially devastating effects of these biologic… CONTINUE READING

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