December 1, 2003
A physician-scientist in the pediatric residency training program at Children's National Medical Center in Washington received a one-year fellowship to work in Washington, contributing to the development of health-related research and policy statements.
January 1, 2009
This article presents data from medical reports following a large-scale, accidental release of chlorine gas in South Carolina. A terrorist attack involving the release of chlorine gas could cause the hospitalization of up to 100,000 people in an urban area.