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Basics of Compounding for Terrorist Attacks, Part 1

Author(s):  Allen Loyd V Jr

Issue:  Jan/Feb 2003 - Terrorism
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Page(s):  51-54

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Abstract:  In this article, the problem of terrorist attacks, the history of such attacks, the terminology of terrorism, its causes and the pharmacist’s potential involvement in combating the effects of such attacks are covered. The author concludes that the threat of terrorist attack appears to be increasing. Adequate preparation now can have positive results if a future terrorist attack occurs.

Related Keywords: Terrorist attacks, agents used in, Terrorist attacks, compounding for the effects of, Terrorist attack, pharmacist response to, Terrorism

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