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Byline: Mark Watson
Nov. 7--As a medical education center, the Memphis medical community is increasing the distribution of information about biological weapons to health care workers and the general public.
At the request of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute, Memphis-based Challenger Corp. is working to develop special continuing medical education materials about bioterrorism by late December.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center has had several events about the subject over the past few weeks, and another is scheduled for Thursday.
On Oct. 29, Dr. Robert W. Bradsher, University of Arkansas vice chairman of the …