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The H1N1 outbreak proved that our technology was not able to respond fast enough; there was no domestic U.S. production to counter it. Other countries basically nationalized their own vaccine facilities, so the U.S. was caught with no assurance of biosecurity. We can’t have that.
Vice Chancellor, Strategic Initiatives, Texas A&M
DCFR Program "Developments in Biosecurity & BioTerrorism Prevention," 6/14/2012
"Too Big to Solve, Too Important to Avoid: The Tragedy of U.S.-Pakistan Relations"
- Dr. Daniel S. Markey
- Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
"Latin America's Growing Pains: Managing the Unintended Consequences of Economic Development"
- Dr. Brian Norris
- Professor of Criminal Justice & Latin American Studies, The Citadel