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The Ethics Of Administering The Anthrax Vaccine

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Earlier this week, The Washington Post reported that the Obama administration is trying to decide whether scientists should administer an anthrax vaccine to healthy children. The vaccine may protect them against a bioterrorism attack, but scientists wonder if it's an unnecessary, and potentially dangerous, precaution. Melissa Block talks to Rob Stein of The Washington Post about the medical, and ethical, debate.
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