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Lessons Learned from Anthrax

It's been a year since anthrax spores sent in letters through the mail made bioterrorism real for Americans. Since then, the government has tried to make the nation safer. In part one of a series on bioterrorism preparedness, NPR's Richard Knox looks at how health officials hope to detect future attacks.

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