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Eurosurveillance Monthly Release: 01 December 2004

ECDC and WHO: a common mission for better health in Europe
A multilevel approach to understanding the resurgence and evolution of infectious syphilis in Western Europe
Recent syphilis trends in Belgium and enhancement of STI surveillance systems
Syphilis surveillance in France, 2000-2003
Syphilis surveillance and trends of the syphilis epidemic in Germany since the mid-90s
The epidemiology of infectious syphilis in the Republic of Ireland
Syphilis and gonorrhoea in the Czech Republic
Syphilis surveillance and epidemiology in the United Kingdom
Syphilis in Denmark–Outbreak among MSM in Copenhagen, 2003-2004
Bichat clinical guidelines for bioterrorist agents
Bichat guidelines for the clinical management of anthrax and bioterrorism-related anthrax
Bichat guidelines for the clinical management of plague and bioterrorism-related plague
Bichat guidelines for the clinical management of smallpox and bioterrorism-related smallpox
Bichat guidelines for the clinical management of tularaemia and bioterrorism-related tularaemia
Bichat guidelines for the clinical management of haemorrhagic fever viruses and bioterrorism-related haemorrhagic fever viruses
Bichat guidelines for the clinical management of botulism and bioterrorism-related botulism
Bichat guidelines for the clinical management of brucellosis and bioterrorism-related brucellosis
Bichat guidelines for the clinical management of glanders and melioidosis and bioterrorism-related glanders and melioidosis
Bichat guidelines for the clinical management of Q fever and bioterrorism-related Q fever
Bichat guidelines for the clinical management of viral encephalitis and bioterrorism-related viral encephalitis



























































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