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Chilling passages like these, plus discussions of proliferation and terrorism, make Biohazard a harrowing book, but it also has a human side. Alibek, who defected to the United States, describes the routine danger of his work: "A bioweapons lab leaves its mark on a person forever." An unending stream of vaccinations has destroyed his sense of smell, afflicted him with allergies, made it impossible to eat certain kinds of food, and "weakened my resistance to disease and probably shortened my life." But it didn't take away his ability to tell an astonishing story. --John J. Miller --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book is a bit repetitive technically and lasted longer than necessary, unlike my review that needs three more words.Published 12 days ago by Anti-Federalist
Great book about the Soviet bioweapons program by one of the top scientists in the chilling program. Fascinating stuffPublished 1 month ago by Lee Goldberg
fascinating book! provides detailed accounts of those who claim to have seen the most dangerous and deadly biological weapons of all time.Published 1 month ago by Donna Beedle
Thankfully this author has adopted our country as his new homeland. In light of this account, how could any of us come to believe that any country truly abides by the conditions of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Leland Darryl Armstrong
It was interesting to know the Soviet Union were into bio weapons. We have the CDC trying to find cures for Ebola and Small Pox. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dennis Marconi
Incredibly quick read for a non-fiction book. This is a chilling look into the industry of mass destruction.Published 4 months ago by John Millerd
I've read a few other books on the same subject, so there was no tremendous shock value for me here as far as information contained. Read more