Bioterrorism has been increasingly realized as a significant threat to the US population. Although improving, the health care system is still not prepared to handle an attack, and clinicians expected to identify a bioterrorism attack have yet to be properly trained.1 Physicians' prompt identification and reporting of unusual diseases are key to rapid response and limitation of disease spread.2
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