Not a single state admits to having a bioweapons
program, but U.S.
There are several components to a bioweapons
challenge to the rule of law.
([dagger]) Smallpox would be far more dangerous as a bioweapon
than anthrax because it is highly contagious.
Could terrorists loose bioweapons
of mass destruction upon us: anthrax and smallpox, botulism and plague, invisibly airborne?
But the one feature that really sets the Model X apart is the addition of a bioweapon
and 11 p.m., SYFY) Cole, Railly and Aaron race to stop the virus from being deployed as a bioweapon
Players enter a world where a DNA bioweapon
unexpectedly spawns a bloodthirsty, ravenous mutant horde infecting an entire secret Atlas research facility and sending personnel running for their lives.
(1) In addition to the innate fear that the deadly virus inspires, a further fear stems from questions about Ebola's potential use as a bioweapon
. Ebola is not a new disease.
Adamson, president and chief executive officer of DeoBioSciences, the Campaign is highlighting a particularly incurable type of ovarian cancer that has been resistant to treatment by some of the most powerful drugs known to medicine, including a lethal bioweapon
composed of both ricin and diphtheria toxin.
"Ebola viruses are extremely lethal, and are a great threat to human health as a bioweapon
Around 1,200 people have died of the disease since 1976, but it is feared that it could be used as a bioweapon
Clare Knox, a spokesperson for the march, eerily alluded to their own Duke of Edinburgh's famous statement in a widely seen YouTube clip, claiming that the accidental release of a virulent vaccine solution made by a large US corporation, Baxter AG, "could be a bioweapon
to reduce the population."