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Military / Anthrax Vaccine Controversy #387838

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 10, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Twenty-nine Palms, California: Vince Gonzales) Concerns about the safety and effectiveness of the anthrax vaccine given to servicemen reported; details given of the case of five soldiers who refused to take the vaccine. [US Marine Corps L/Corporal Jason AUSTIN - says he is not a troublemaker.] [US Marine Corps L/Corporal Jared SCHWARTZ - says he is in a lose-lose situation.] [Former Marine Stephen LUNDBOM - says the vaccine may cause long-term damage.] [US Air Force Surgeon General Lieutenant General Charles ROADMAN - says unvaccinated people exposed to anthrax will die.]

Gonzales, Vince;
Rather, Dan

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