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Weekend Journal (Military: Anthrax Vaccine) #857518

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 14, 2007
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(Studio: Thalia Assuras) CBS News exclusive story of one US soldier who has refused the mandatory anthrax vaccine presented; details given about soldiers who may have gotten sick after the vaccinations and of the new study at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. [In shadow, veteran SOLDIER - says he has never seen anyone come in contact with anthrax; predicts his military career is over; states there have been complications from the vaccine.] [Navy veteran Luis HERNANDEZ†- lists his diagnoses.] [Military Vaccine Agency director Col. Randall ANDERSON†- says anthrax is deadly and the vaccine will protect us; states there have been no deaths from the vaccine.] The GAO position on the vaccine outlined on screen.
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