When anthrax-laced letters reached the U.S. capitol, the national conscience turned from the overt danger of knives, box cutters, and bombs to the invisible threat of bioterrorism. Many people — including your meeting attendees — are worried.

The range of potential threats is broad, from nerve agents with immediate effect to compounds that temporarily disable the gastrointestinal tract. Key to those threats are the ways that the agents can be delivered: through food, drinking/cooking

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