Flagging BARDA Funding Could Deter Biothreat Contractors | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – On Capitol Hill yesterday, biosecurity analyst Brad Smith told congressional staffers that the US does not have sufficient countermeasures to bioterrorism and the outbreak of a major pandemic, and that the federal government has inadequately funded programs aimed at helping companies develop biothreat responses.

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