Ebola virus is unlikely to become a terrorist weapon, UC Irvine disaster medicine expert says
October 06, 2014
IN THE NEWS: Dr. Carl Schultz, director of disaster medical services at UC Irvine Medical Center, says fear that the ebola virus could be spread by terrorists is unwarranted.
Schultz, a professor of emergency medicine and director of research for the UC Irvine Center for Disaster Medical Services, tells CBS News that small pox would be a better example of a deadly virus that could be weaponized.
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