Meetings on the Edge

Remember when bioterrorism sessions were the lowest priority on most agendas? When having a meeting perceived as being a junket was one of the biggest concerns? When the snouts of the twin towers still poked the skyline and New Yorkers were still surly and proud of it?

It's different now. We've seen that the unimaginable can happen. Today. To us. Here. I can't imagine the possibility of September 11 entered the minds of anyone who drew up contingency

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