U.S. plans stockpiles of several drugs to deal with bioterrorism

The U.S. government announced plans to stockpile new vaccines for smallpox and anthrax and drugs for acute radiation syndrome as part of its effort to deal with bioterrorism. An early priority, according to the plan, also is to develop antibiotics for deadly diseases such as plague and tularemia.

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