Anthrax Treatment

There may finally be a resilient new anthrax treatment. Scientists have developed a natural, adaptable enzyme that will be effective even if terrorists use a varied strain of the bacteria. And, as NPR's Richard Knox reports, there may be other uses for the new antibody as well.

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