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Topic - Tara O'Toole
"The problem is there is no strategy," said Dr. O'Toole, comparing the program to building without a blueprint or plan.
If the first responders don't know how to handle a public health crisis like an anthrax outbreak or a small pox attack, she said, then an alert system would not have much impact in terms of saving lives.