A biological weapon: fears mount about smallpox as a bioweapon
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- Among the civilians, 30,000 died from firepower, 25,000 were injured and another 30,000 died from the poison gas and bacterial bioweapons.
- No chemical weapons and no bioweapons in sight - only leaky pipes and empty vaccine bottles.
- The genetic engineering of infectious agents for use in bioweapons is nothing new.
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