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FDA & Terrorism

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FDA & Terrorism

FDA & Terrorism

FDA & Terrorism

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The Food and Drug Administration says it can now approve some drugs and vaccines that have not been tested on people. As NPR's Joe Palca reports, the rules would apply only to drugs intended to treat or prevent exposure to biological, chemical or nuclear weapons.

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