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  • Anthrax is a frightening agent in biological warfare because it is easily sprayed over a large area.

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  • Anthrax is considered one of the most dangerous and lethal agents for a bioterrorist attack for several reasons.

    Anthrax Vaccine

  • But remember that Anthrax is deadly, just like this harpie.

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  • Anthrax is an often-fatal infectious disease due to ingestion of spores.

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  • About That Anthrax yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'About That Anthrax'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: So, the word Anthrax is back in the news, but not because Saddam Hussein\'s vast stockpiles have been found, not because Bush has apologized for inventing those vast stockpiles, not because Forest Whitaker has agreed to play Colin Powell in "The Sting II: Hustling the United Nations" ...'

    About That Anthrax

  • And the heavy-metal band Anthrax is considering changing its name — presumably to Chicken Pox.

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  • And the heavy-metal band Anthrax is considering changing its name — presumably to Chicken Pox.

    Coping Strategies

  • The heavy-metal band Anthrax is worried that it's name will cross over from ironic to offensive in the near future.

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  • So, the word Anthrax is back in the news, but only because a man contracted it through what is reportedly a freak accident, not because Saddam Hussein's vast stockpiles have been found, not because Bush has apologized for inventing those vast stockpiles, not because Forest Whitaker has agreed to play Colin Powell in "The Sting II: Hustling the United Nations," not because impeachment proceedings have begun, and especially not because the U.S. corporate media has revealed any memory of the fact that somebody mailed anthrax to the U.S. Senate less than five years ago.

    About That Anthrax

  • While Ms. Guillemin tends to play down the possibility that anyone beyond our shores was involved—hence the title "American Anthrax"—she is scrupulous when it comes to evidence and omits nothing of relevance.

    When Death Came Hand-Delivered

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