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President Discusses Measures to Protect the Homeland from Bioterrorism
As Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge, left, and Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson listen, President George W. Bush discusses plans to protect America against biological attack at the Vaccine Research Center of the National Institute of Health in Bethesda Md., Monday, Feb. 3, 2003. "Project BioShield will give our scientific leaders greater authority and flexibility in decisions that may affect our security," explained the President. "Our labs will be able to hire the experts, get more funding quickly, and build the best facilities to accelerate urgently needed discoveries." White House photo by Paul Morse

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