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New program will create homeland security doctors

If terrorists strike again in the U.S. or even in East Tennessee, emergency medical personnel and doctors must be ready to treat victims. But leaders in UT’s graduate School of Medicine say there’s still a lot to be learned so they’re looking for doctors to specialize in homeland security. “There’s been some training as far as bioterrorism for medical people, but not as much training in other areas of domestic preparedness and disaster response, such as chemical training,” says assistant professor Dr. Matt Mihelic. Full Story

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