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    The Public Health Law Year in Review: Sponsored by the Public Health Law Association.Rick D. Hogan, Wendy E. Parmet & Gene W. Matthews - 2007 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 35 (s4):17-22.
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    The Public Health Law Year in Review: Sponsored by the Public Health Law Association.Rick D. Hogan, Wendy E. Parmet & Gene W. Matthews - 2007 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 35 (S4):17-22.
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    Critical Biological Agents: Disease Reporting as a Tool for Determining Bioterrorism Preparedness.Heather H. Horton, James J. Misrahi, Gene W. Matthews & Paula L. Kocher - 2002 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 30 (2):262-266.
    Before September 11, 2001, a mass-casualty terrorist attack on American soil was generally considered a remote possibility. Similarly, before October 4, 2001—the first confirmed case of anthrax caused by intentional release — widespread bioterrorism seemed implausible. Among the arguments that such a biological artack was unlikely included: the lack of a historical precedent; the technological and organizational challenges to acquiring and weaponizing a biological agent; and the almost universal moral opprobrium that would certainly accompany the use by terrorists of such (...)
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    Critical Biological Agents: Disease Reporting as a Tool for Determining Bioterrorism Preparedness.Heather H. Horton, James J. Misrahi, Gene W. Matthews & Paula L. Kocher - 2002 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 30 (2):262-266.
    Before September 11, 2001, a mass-casualty terrorist attack on American soil was generally considered a remote possibility. Similarly, before October 4, 2001—the first confirmed case of anthrax caused by intentional release — widespread bioterrorism seemed implausible. Among the arguments that such a biological artack was unlikely included: the lack of a historical precedent; the technological and organizational challenges to acquiring and weaponizing a biological agent; and the almost universal moral opprobrium that would certainly accompany the use by terrorists of such (...)
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    The Role of CDC in the Development of AIDS Recommendations and Guidelines.Verla S. Neslund, Gene W. Matthews & James W. Curran - 1987 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 15 (1-2):73-79.
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    The Role of CDC in the Development of AIDS Recommendations and Guidelines.Verla S. Neslund, Gene W. Matthews & James W. Curran - 1987 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 15 (1-2):73-79.
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    Health Care System Transformation and Integration: A Call to Action for Public Health.Lindsay F. Wiley & Gene W. Matthews - 2017 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 45 (s1):94-97.
    Restructured health care reimbursement systems and new requirements for nonprofit hospitals are transforming the U.S. health system, creating opportunities for enhanced integration of public health and health care goals. This article explores the role of public health practitioners and lawyers in this moment of transformation. We argue that the population perspective and structural strategies that characterize public health can add value to the health care system but could get lost in translation as changes to tax requirements and payment systems are (...)
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