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Anthrax... No, it's NOT a computer virus!

From: Family Survival News <familysurvival@home.com>
Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2001 19:37:51
Message-Id: <200110150236.WAA12537@tux.w3.org>
To: www-patentpolicy-comment@w3.org
We would never kid around about such an issue, but some of our subscribers have emailed us about software that would protect them from ANTHRAX.  Anthrax has nothing to do with your personal computer. The fact that Anthrax spores were found on some computer equipment in Florida does not mean it came from that equipment. ANTHRAX is a deadly viral agent that can cause sickness and death in almost all cases if contracted by a human! 

We set up our community forums after the Sept 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in hopes of having members of our community (and your community) help each other stay informed about safety and precautionary training for families in the face of national emergencies.  It seems we are facing a bigger issue now with the threat of BioTerrorism!

We do not want to bother families or individuals who already have the necessary information and resources to be secure, but we do want to offer our newsletter "Surviving Terrorism" to those that would like to subscribe.  

Some Important issues we’ve covered in our newsletters:

1.     Is there a home remedy for Anthrax.... We'll show you a medical report with possible answers!

2.     Is Anthrax contagious.... NO!

3.     Who stands the greatest chance of contracting Anthrax?

It’s FREE and it could help save your life!

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