Biological & Chemical Threats

Scott Simon talks to Tara O'Tool of the Johns Hopkins Center for Civilian Bio Defense Studies, and Raymond Zalinskas, senior researcher at the Monterrey Institute in California, about biological and chemical terrorist threats. They say that biological threats are much more likely and dangerous than chemical, and both are unlikely.



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