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Scaling up Biodefense

The US is ramping up its capabilities for producing vaccines and other medical countermeasures to respond to epidemics, pandemics, and bioterrorism events through a $440 million initiative that is funding three centers around the country, called the Centers for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing program.

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