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New Ethics Dilemma: Should Doctors Pass Along Bioterrorism Warnings To Patients?

A bioterrorism advisory sent by county medical authorities to physicians at the behest of the U.S. Centers For Disease Control and Prevention has been shared by some doctors with their patients. Was this the right thing to do, or did such distribution create needless panic?

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