Control of Dual-Threat Agents: The Vaccines for Peace Programme

Paperback | May 1, 1993

EditorErhard Geissler, John P. Woodall

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The Vaccines for Peace (VFP) programme is designed to counter reservations about the military misuse of research into vaccines. It focuses on vaccines developed to combat those pathogens and toxins which can be used as weapon agents. In Control of Dual-Threat Agents a range of experts fromfields as diverse as biotechnology, vaccinology, international law, and diplomacy discuss the VFP programme.

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The Vaccines for Peace (VFP) programme is designed to counter reservations about the military misuse of research into vaccines. It focuses on vaccines developed to combat those pathogens and toxins which can be used as weapon agents. In Control of Dual-Threat Agents a range of experts fromfields as diverse as biotechnology, vaccinolo...

Erhard Geissler is a Professor of Genetics and Head of the Bioethical Research Group at Max Delbruck Centre for Molecular Medicine, Berlin-Buch. John P. Woodall is at the epidemiology and virologist, former General Secretary of FICSA, Geneva.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:282 pages, 11.61 × 8.27 × 0.75 inPublished:May 1, 1993Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198291728

ISBN - 13:9780198291725

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`This book is a valuable account of the current state of the production of vaccines against human pathogens and toxins and the long-term strategy to make them available for civil use. It is a useful starting point to stimulate discussion with the most up-to-date, international information.It is vital, however, that the ideas from this study are heeded and drawn upon to enable further work to be carried out to assess the feasibility of the VEP programme.'International Peacekeeping