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Minorities worry public health system won't respond fairly in a bioterrorist event

nse to a bioterrorist attack, the study says.

"Improving perceptions that public health agencies will respond fairly to bioterrorism events will additionally enhance their capacity to deal with emerging natural disease outbreaks," the study says.

In addition to Eisenman, co-authors included Cheryl Wold, Ben Lee, and Anna Long of the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services; Claude Setodji and Scot Hickey of the RAND Corp.; Bradley D. Stein of both the RAND Corp. and the University of Southern California.


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Contact: Enrique Rivero
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University of California - Los Angeles
30-Aug-2004


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