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July 13, 2012 12:00 AM

New biolab report questions size and costs

Downsizing the $1.14 billion federal animal disease lab under way in Manhattan, Kan., could save money and still protect the United States from foreign animal diseases and terrorist attacks on the food supply, according to a National Research Council study released today.

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