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A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld a program that requires some members of the military to be vaccinated against anthrax over objections from service members who say the vaccine has not been proven to be effective.
The U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington upheld a lower court's decision dismissing a case brought by eight service members who challenged the Food and Drug Administration's determination that the vaccine was effective.
The plaintiffs also wanted to stop the Defense Dep
The military's vaccine, produced by Michigan-based Bioport Corp., was approved based on a human test in the 1950s