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The hospital took over the role of treatment facility in the event of bioterrorism after D.C. General hospital closed in 2001.
The substance, which can fatally paralyze victims, is so dangerous that it is listed as a Category A bioterrorism agent by the CDC.
The lab, which also monitors for bioterrorism threats in the D.C. area, was allowed to keep its federal certification and continue operating.
A: The GOP bill would eliminate funds for fundamental public health programs, including for the prevention of bioterrorism and disease outbreaks, as well as money to provide immunizations and heart-disease screenings.
The money supports programs to prevent bioterrorism and disease outbreaks, as well as to provide immunizations and screenings for cancer and heart disease …
It is considered an agent of bioterrorism—and as such, there are few researchers who work with it.
Nearly one month into America’s bioterrorism scare, the threat seemed to be receding in the nation’s capital as the Supreme Court reopened to employees on Friday.
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