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Daniel Goodenough and David Ozonoff

BU's biolab and the law

By Daniel Goodenough and David Ozonoff
February 10, 2006

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IN RESPONSE to the laboratory outbreak of tularemia at Boston University Medical School in 2004, the Boston Public Health Commission has recently proposed an extensive set of laboratory regulations for the city. Questions can be raised as to whether these regulations are strong enough and whether they ensure sufficiently independent oversight, but the commission is to be commended for keeping ... (Full article: 592 words)

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