Tag Archives: Anthrax

Fish Antibiotics – Step 2: Ciprofloxacin

[Review of series to date:  If you’ve given up on getting your doctor to prescribe extra antibiotics for stockpiling or perhaps merely want to supplement your limited stores, you may be considering the “fish antibiotic” route.  This series of articles … Continue reading

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Week 16 – Question of the Week: Bioterrorism – Worth worrying about or not?

Week 16: 2011-06-30 I’m completing the chapter in my book on bioterrorism and would like to ask everyone: how concerned are you? Have you done anything to prepare in the event of a bioterrorist attack?  Do you worry about receiving … Continue reading

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Photo Quiz Answer – Q.001

Photo Quiz Answer – Q.001 – June 10, 2011 Cutaneous anthrax due to Bacillus anthracis. Most cases of cutaneous anthrax are caused by contamination of an open wound, often with bacteria present on wool, leather, or hair from infected animals, … Continue reading

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