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CDC: Anthrax lapse 'should never have happened'

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The head of the CDC was grilled by members of Congress Wednesday about last month's security lapse at the agency involving anthrax. Director Thomas Frieden called the incident 'unacceptable,' and pledged 'sweeping measures' to improve safety. (June 16) Video provided by AP


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