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With HHS taking the lead, the new strategy establishes a cabinet-level biodefense steering committee.
Re-creating known pathogenic viruses and making existing bacteria more dangerous are among the top threats.
The rule is meant to lower the risk of exposing food facilities to intentional adulteration, such as acts of terrorism.
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