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The rule is meant to lower the risk of exposing food facilities to intentional adulteration, such as acts of terrorism.
Marshals sieze 5 vials of vaccinia virus vaccine, reserved only for those at high risk of smallpox.
Panel finds overall response was thorough, but notes policy gaps and some missteps after the samples were found.
The NIH sees its biggest boost in 12 years, and other public health initiatives benefit, too.
A new botulinum toxin can be blocked using available antitoxins, a new study says.
Highlights include funds for antibiotic resistance, bioterrorism preparedness, and a unified food safety agency.
The bill provides increases for the CDC, DHS, and FDA and funds for pandemic readiness.
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