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The CDC is monitoring and providing antibiotics to about 75 staffers over Bacillus anthracis concerns.
Nine more workers may have been exposed to Bacillus anthracis.
Early results of environmental tests at CDC labs are negative.
The CDC says some lab workers can discontinue antibiotic treatment and vaccination.
In addition to recent problems with anthrax and smallpox, high-path avian flu has now entered the mix.
The hearing revealed systemic problems and worries about the safety culture of lab workers.
In its report on flu sample cross-contamination today, the CDC detailed departures from best practices and reporting delays.
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