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Implications of Anthrax
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Implications of Anthrax

Implications of Anthrax

Implications of Anthrax
Only Available in Archive Formats.


Julie Rovner
*NPR Science Reporter

Clint Van Zandt
*Former, FBI Agent (25 years)
*President , Van Zandt and Associates (profiles terrorists and terrorist organizations)

Dr. Allan Rosenfield
*Dean, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York

William Sutton
*Postal Worker, Southern Maryland Division (tested today for anthrax)

Nicholas Lemann
*Washington Correspondent, The New Yorker
*Wrote article in October 29, 2001 issue of The New Yorker called What Terrorists Want: Is there a better way to defeat Al-Qaeda?

Officials have confirmed more cases of anthrax infection. Although thousands of people have been tested for anthrax exposure officials says there's no need for widespread panic about a large-scale bioterrorism attack. The number of people actually infected is still very small. Join Neal Conan for the latest developments and news events live as they happen.



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