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Chemical Terrorism

The Laboratory Response Network for Chemical Threats (LRN-C) is a national network of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local and state public health laboratories that responds to chemical terrorism and other public health emergencies. During large-scale national events, state and local LRN-C laboratories assist CDC in testing samples for chemical exposures and serve as front-line conduit for communication among CDC and local health officials, hospitals, and poison control centers

Mission: Ensure a local and national asset for laboratory response to a wide range of chemical emergencies and emerging threats. CDC's Laboratory Response Network for Biological Threats | Laboratory Response Network (LRN) a local


BLOOD SAMPLES

URINE SAMPLES

For questions or comments:
Chad Sample, MPH
Phone: (402) 552-6205
Pager: 402-888-2969

 

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Last Updated 02/08/2017