Veterinary students at the University of Missouri are being taught how to spot potential terrorist threats. A new course is being taught to help students distinguish between anthrax and other diseases which occur naturally and those that might be man-made. Christian Basi with the University of Missouri says the agricultural industry is a prime target for terrorists. The College of Veterinary Medicine has added courses to teach students how to distinguish between man-made and naturally-occurring diseases. It also informs students on who to contact should they uncovered potential agro-terrorism.
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