Pentagon Study Says U.S. Unprepared For Bioterror

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Two years after a report on the 2001 anthrax attacks was finished, the Pentagon has released parts of it. It says the U.S. is woefully ill-prepared to detect and respond to a bioterrorist assault, reports the New York Times. The report identifies weaknesses in “almost every aspect of U.S. biopreparedness and response.” The two-year fight
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