The possibility of a major bioterrorist attack on the British Isles is thankfully remote. Nevertheless, it casts a disproportionately large shadow. The policy and practice of many major institutions has changed dramatically in the wake of anthrax attacks in the USA last year, and public awareness of such action has soared. In this issue, Professor Crawford discusses the use of viruses as agents of mass destruction (p3).
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