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GPs cope with sarin attack by 'terrorists'

GPs' abilities to cope with a terrorist attack were tested when the Health Protection Agency staged a mock sarin attack. Dr Julian Bromly, a GP at the Saville Medical Group in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, took part in the exercise.

'It was, for the practice, an excellent opportunity to learn how to cope with a major incident,' he said.

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