Susan Dentzer provides an update on the anthrax outbreaks, then Gwen Ifill discusses the public health threat with Senator Bill Frist(R-TN) and U.S. Surgeon General David Satcher. Continue reading →
In Florida today, officials announced that they had found no additional cases of anthrax among the 965 people tested. Continue reading →
A NBC Nightly News employee in New York has tested positive for a skin anthrax infection, not the inhaled form of anthrax that killed a Florida man last week. Continue reading →
To examine the anthrax cases in Florida and New York, Margaret Warner talks to Dr. Philip Brachman, Emory professor and former member of the CDC’s Anthrax Investigation Program. Continue reading →
Susan Dentzer looks at the Florida anthrax cases, now termed a criminal case. Continue reading →
Survivors work towards recovery from severe burns, one month after the terrorist attacks. Continue reading →
A third person who worked in the American Media Inc. building in Boca Raton, Florida has tested positive for anthrax. Continue reading →
Federal health officials today said they doubt the anthrax bacteria that killed one man and infected another in Boca Raton, Fla. could have occurred naturally. Continue reading →
Gwen Ifill reports on the cases of anthrax in Florida and then examines its implications for the future of public health with three experts. Continue reading →
The FBI is investigating how a co-worker of the Florida man who died of pulmonary anthrax last week could have come into contact with the rare disease. Continue reading →
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