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Biological Agents as Military Weapons

.... dangerous biological warfare agents, as perceived by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Ga. These are anthrax (bacillus anthracis ....

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Anthrax

.... Intestinal anthrax results in death around twenty-five to sixty percent of the cases.(Frequently Asked Questions) Anthrax is a livestock disease. ....

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Anthrax

.... Some people think that the anthrax disease has something to do with the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Who should get vaccinated against anthrax? ....

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Anthrax

.... Anthrax is a disease normally associated with plant eating animals (sheep, goats, and cattle) caused by the bacterium Bacillius anthracis. ....

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Anthrax

.... The Anthrax disease has a long history with mankind. .... Bob Stevens, a photo editor at The Sun newspaper died from anthrax disease last October. ....

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Chemical and Biological Warfare

.... following are various bacteria used or experimented with as biological weapons: 1. Anthrax: an infectious disease that can affect cattle, sheep, and humans. ....

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Anthrax: Poor Man’s Atomic Bom

.... Maybe people are duly scared of an anthrax release because of the dire consequences .... to be, and the medical clinicians can recognize this vile disease so that ....

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BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS

.... Block (2001) explains: "Anthrax is only weakly communicable in humans and rarely causes disease, unless the bacterium comes into contact with the bloodstream ....

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Introduce, Discuss and Analyze the Anthrax Attacks

.... What is anthrax' Anthrax is a disease that is spread by a one-celled organism called "Bacillus anthracis." Anthrax does not spread from one person to another ....

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chemical warfare

.... it, it spreads to others causing the disease to be more effective and last longer long after the original sample has been exposed (Mitretek). Anthrax is one of ....

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Anthrax Vaccination Program

.... Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia defines anthrax as "a contagious disease of warm-blooded animals, including humans, caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis ....

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be all you can be

.... there. The anthrax vaccination could be a contributing factor to the Gulf War disease that so many soldiers still suffer from. When ....

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Biotechnology

.... Paralysis and death usually end this rare but highly effective disease. Outbreaks of anthrax in Zimbabwea, bubonic plague in Zambia and Ebola in Congo, Africa ....

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Anthrax

.... Anthrax or Wool Sorter's disease is defined as an infectious and often-fatal disease associated with animal contact (mostly farm animals) and is rarely seen in ....

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Anthrax

.... magnitude would be under the auspices of the CDC, or Center for Disease Control (Perry .... In fact, the main reason anthrax is one of the most feared bioweapons is ....

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Anthrax

.... rod-shaped microbe is commonly found in soil and is ingested by sheep, cows, horses, and goats; thus, it is labeled as a vetrinary disease. Anthrax is what's ....

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Anthrax Threat to America

.... anthrax exposure. Anthrax is a disease caused by bacteria found in livestock. A breakout in Iraq once killed a million sheep. Today ....

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Anthrax

.... the vaccine. Pathological findings of anthrax disease in these non-primate animals vary from that of man and monkeys. The route ....

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Effects of Anthrax

.... Fortunately, skin anthrax is the most treatable anthrax disease. .... Anthrax is a deadly disease that is affecting our daily lives. ....

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Anthrax

.... Anthrax is an infectious disease caused by Bacillus Anthracis, a spore-forming bacterium most commonly found in domestic and wild animals. ....

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Effects of Biological Warfare

.... The first is a group of microorganisms, living organic germs such as anthrax. .... theorists believe that AIDS is an example of such disease warfare, though there ....

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Bioterrorism

.... we have fought the causes and consequences of disease throughout history and .... bioterrorism¢ n. pg.).¢ In light of the recent anthrax attacks, bioterrorism ....

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Media's Falsification of Anthrax

.... accident. CDC (Center for Disease Control) states that in 2001 there were 22 cases of anthrax inhalation, only resulting in 5 deaths. If ....

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Anthrax Article Summary

.... Anthrax has been around since biblical times and has been 'responsible' for the fifth plague or 'cattle disease' and the sixth plague, which would be known now ....

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Anthrax: A Spraeding Scare

.... That's why anthrax is labeled a veterinary disease, and why those most likely to contract it work with animal products. In the October ....

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Anthrax

Anthrax. Anthrax is caused by the spore forming bacterium 'Bacillis Anthracis'. These spores cause an acute infectious disease. 'Bacillis ....

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Anthrax

Anthrax. Anthrax is an acute infectious disease caused by the spore-forming bacterium called Bacillus Anthrax. It most commonly occurs ....

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Bacillus Anthracis

.... More commonly recognized by the name Anthrax, this bacterial pathogen is primarily a disease of domesticated and wild animals, particularly herbivorous animals ....

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Anthrax

.... Many patients die even from the less serious , contact, Anthrax because of teh poor visual diagnosis due to lack of prior experience with the disease. ....

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Anthrax

Anthrax. Positive Analysis Anthrax is a very infectious disease that is caused by the spore- forming bacterium, known as, Bacillus anthracis. ....

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