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Show explores scientific questions surrounding 2001 anthrax attacks

Questions still remain regarding the 2001 anthrax attacks and subsequent scientific investigation, and a group of experts will weigh in on the issues on NPR's Science Friday today. Among the guests will be Stanford's David Relman, MD,  vice-chair of a National Academy of Sciences committee that reviewed the scientific approaches used by the F.B.I. during its investigation.

The segment can be heard at noon Pacific time.

Previously: Stanford bioterrorism expert comments on new review of anthrax case

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