June 22, 1999
Pan American Health Organization
The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that the world has dangerously underestimated the threat bacteria and viruses are posing to national security and economic growth, and may soon miss its opportunity to protect people from this risk.
New Report Claims Viral and Bacterial Activity Are Threatening National Security, Slowing Economic Growth. Six Germs are the Biggest Killers of Families and Workforce
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