Kansas biosecurity lab plans stalled

02/16/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

Plans to build a $650 million state-of-the-art biosecurity lab in Kansas to study human and animal disease have been halted. The move would have replaced a currently operating facility on Plum Island in New York, which, while recently upgraded, some say is not sufficiently outfitted to keep up with current research needs. "There was never an expectation the improvements would be anything more than be a bridge to a new facility," said AVMA CEO Dr. Ron DeHaven, who previously served as APHIS administrator.

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