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  1. photo The military is sending live <b>anthrax</b> around the countryThe military is sending live anthrax around the countryNews
    Don't look now, but there is a new anthrax outbreak set to take place. Perhaps most surprisingly, it is the U.S. military that is at fault. According to reports by CNN and others, four lab workersRead more
  2. photo Why is the Pentagon shipping <b>anthrax</b> all over the place in the first place?Why is the Pentagon shipping anthrax all over the place in the first place?News
    In late May, it was reported that the Defense Department had inadvertently shipped a few live samples of anthrax to several labs – most of them in the U.S., but at least one sample to a U.SRead more
  3. photo SHOCK FINDING: 30 percent of U.S. military damaged by <b>anthrax</b> vaccineSHOCK FINDING: 30 percent of U.S. military damaged by anthrax vaccineNews
    of this, the FDA used its authority to force American military personnel to get an experimental anthrax vaccine while a civil lawsuit challenging the authority of the Department of Defense to mandate unapprovedRead more
  4. Pentagon scientists distributing live anthrax across the United States far more effectively than any terrorist groupNews
    Deadly anthrax bacteria has been shipped to at least 192 different chemical laboratories over the past decade, according to new reports. But it wasn't terrorists that were responsible (at leastRead more
  5. photo Sending live <b>anthrax</b> to random labs around the world 'was not human error,' Army general assures the publicSending live anthrax to random labs around the world 'was not human error,' Army general assures the publicNews
    The military's explanation for sending live anthrax from a lab in Utah to another lab at an air base in South Korea recently is not very reassuring. According to Gen. Ray Odierno, the Army's chiefRead more
  6. photo At least 80 CDC lab workers possibly exposed to <b>anthrax</b>, showing dangers of working with deadly pathogensAt least 80 CDC lab workers possibly exposed to anthrax, showing dangers of working with deadly pathogensNews
    A breach of protocol at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) facility near Atlanta, Georgia, may have resulted in some 80 employees being exposed to anthrax, according to newRead more
  7. photo Executive order signed by Bill Clinton legalized medical experimentation on military servicemen without their knowledgeExecutive order signed by Bill Clinton legalized medical experimentation on military servicemen without their knowledgeNews
    and unapproved anthrax vaccine. As reported by Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota in November 2002, the injections which were mandated by the Defense Department ledRead more
  8. Esqualeno: estudo científicos mostram seu perigoNews
    e até mesmo parece fazer sentido. No entanto, o esqualeno tem história. Na Guerra do Golfo, vários veteranos foram vacinados contra o vírus Anthrax, que continha esqualeno. Isto causou a Síndrome da Guerra do GolfoRead more
  9. Nomes dos estoques de vacina: EU666 US666News
    stockpileEM160 Controlled/Gov’t Distribution in EU—————————————————— Eu encontrei também outras vacinas com estes mesmos códigos: Anthrax Varíola Botulismo Aviária Qual a sua opiniao?Read more
  10. photo Arctic Circle's melting ice resurrecting horrifying diseases unseen for decadesArctic Circle's melting ice resurrecting horrifying diseases unseen for decadesNews
    be about to make a deadly comeback. As reported by Vice News, a recent "zombie" anthrax outbreak was unleashed lately when centuries-old permafrost melted, killing 2,300 reindeer, causing dozens of peopleRead more

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Anthrax

Disease

Anthrax, or splenic fever is a disease. Both humans and other animals can get it. It is caused by the bacterium bacillus anthracis. It is common with even-toed ungulates (some hoofed creatures, like camels and giraffes). The spores of the bacteria can live for hundreds of years. Humans usually catch the disease from animals. It is usually not passed from one human to another. Anthrax can be...More