Published in Vaccine Weekly, November 21st, 2001
The advisory commission on domestic terrorism concluded that because only a small market exists for the manufacture of vaccines to fight anthrax, smallpox or other diseases terrorists might release, the government should oversee and finance their research and production. Altered vaccines might be needed to combat manipulated strains of existing diseases, the experts concluded.
"We've suggested that the private sector can no longer respond to the requirements of...
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