Probe Cites ‘Sloppy, Disorganized’ Labs in 2002 Anthrax Leaks

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An Army investigation into anthrax contamination outside secure labs at the nation’s chief biodefense research facility in Maryland blames cavalier attitudes for the safety breach, reports the Los Angeles Times. The anthrax leaks were detected in April 2002 at the Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Ft. Detrick, Md. Officials at the facility,
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