Bioterrorism

During the anthrax scare in October, congressional workers hold sealed swabs before being tested. Experts say the U.S. needs a vast defense system to handle biological weapons, which can cause more widespread harm than the anthrax attack, in which warnings were given and exposure was limited.

( AP photo by Kenneth Lambert. / September 6, 2002 )

During the anthrax scare in October, congressional workers hold sealed swabs before being tested. Experts say the U.S. needs a vast defense system to handle biological weapons, which can cause more widespread harm than the anthrax attack, in which warnings were given and exposure was limited.

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