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What the Latest Anthrax Blunder Can Teach Us

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  • Between June 6 and June 13, as many as 84 scientists and staff members at a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) biolab were exposed to live anthrax
  • The anthrax sample was supposed to have been inactivated prior to transfer to a lower biosecurity facility, but for a variety of reasons it wasn’t dead on arrival
  • In 2004, a lab in Maryland accidentally sent live anthrax to a California children’s hospital
  • In the 1979 Sverdlovsk incident, 94 Russians were exposed to anthrax through an accidental release, and 64 of them died
  • Incidents such as these raise questions about” experts’” ability to contain the lethal microorganisms being studied (and created) in labs around the world

By Dr. Mercola

At some point between June 6 and June 13, an estimated 75-84 scientists and staff members at a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) biolab were exposed to live anthrax.


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