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Also, a Nature editorial says the DoD's anthrax missteps highlight regulation inequalities.
The transfer of potentially live B anthracis by an Army lab involved 575 shipments in 10 years, an official said.
A report points to faulty inactivation of Bacillus anthracis spores and inadequate testing.
As the CDC orders a comprehensive review, the DoD blames a lack of scientific consensus for its release of live Bacillus anthracis.
The CDC proposes adding certain H5N1 viruses to HHS's select agent list; experts have varied reactions.
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