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Lessons from Iraq on bioweapons

There are strong political pressures to relax the scrutiny of suspected biological weapons activity in Iraq. But the experience of United Nations inspectors in the country points to significant dangers in such a policy.

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Seelos, C. Lessons from Iraq on bioweapons. Nature 398, 187–188 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1038/18292

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