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It is tempting to believe that terrorists will not gain access to biological or other weapons of mass destruction. Experiences of the last 12 months suggest that this is unreasonable. The existing drugs that have been used by troops in war zones have been associated with side-effects such as Gulf War Syndrome. There is a real possibility of developing drugs which could be used on a wider scale in the event of attacks on civilians.

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We are grateful for the assistance of Professor Stebbins of Rockefeller University, New York with the Plague target. This press release is available.