Do you remember not that long ago when the prolonged downturn in biotech stocks was being called a “nuclear winter?” So is this now “anthrax fall?” And will this lead to a “winter of our discontent?”

It has been six weeks since that terrible day in September. Life goes on but with changes, some subtle and some not so subtle. But one thing has not changed: the skittishness of the stock market. 

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