Definition of bioterror
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MUNICH—Bill Gates wants the U.S. military to focus more training on preparing to fight a global pandemic or bioterror attack.
That prediction turned out to be unfounded, and over the decades, the EIS — and the rest of the US government — allowed concerns over bioterror to drift to the bottom of their priority list.
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