NPR News Special: Hour Three — Efforts to Track Down Source of Anthrax Outbreak In Florida


Ira Flatow *Host, Talk of the Nation Science Friday from member WNYC in New York

John Collier *Professor, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Harvard University

Martin Hugh-Jones
*Professor, Epidemiology and Public Health, Louisiana State University

Christopher Aston
*Adjunct Professor, New York University Medical Center

Ira Flatow talks with guests about efforts to track down the source of the anthrax outbreak in Florida, as well as treatments and options for those infected.

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