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The Latest in Bioterrorism

A militant European group opposed to animal testing has the United States in its sights.

The explosion of two pipe bombs this fall at Chiron, a leading biotech company, plus a third at Shaklee, a leading nutraceuticals firm, elicited barely a shudder from the public, perhaps because no one was injured and property damage was scant. The U.S. life sciences industry seems unconcerned as well. But to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Interpol, itís a different story: law enforcement officials and terrorism experts have long worried that it was just a matter of time before Europe-based terrorists escalated their crusade against similar companies that test medicines and products on animals.

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