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The voluntary COVID-19 vaccine effort stands in stark contrast to the Pentagon’s mandatory Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program, which began in 1998. Those who refused often faced harsh penalties.
By Todd South
. If you don’t know who has a disease, it’s impossible to predict its spread, how many people will get it, or how many people may die from it.
By Dr. David Pride, University of California San Diego
The new directives are designed to guide service members in an era of evolving state and federal rules on cannabis products.
By Carl Prine
As the Second World War raged in Europe, the U.S. military recognized that infectious disease was as formidable an enemy as any other they would meet on the battlefield. So they forged a new partnership with industry and academia to develop vaccines for the troops.
By Kendall Hoyt, Dartmouth College