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We all know that bio-labs can be places of potential disaster to humanity because of the various microbes that many of them house in order to do necessary research and develop new products.

And these days they should be places that are highly monitored and secured because of potential opportunists who might get it into their heads to attempt to obtain and release some bio hazardardous material for some agenda.

God knows, there are any number of those idiots wandering around this rock capable of such insane intents.

Well it appears that what we might assume and expect, might also not be the case as this next article would clearly demonstrate.

More alarmingly is the attitude that big pharma has regarding the need to accomodate such independant oversight and again probably because of the influence that they hold over governments its not very likley that matters will change any time soon.


Whistleblower now reluctant biotech safety spokeswoman
By Lee Howard
Publication: The Day

Published 04/01/2012 12:00 AMUpdated 04/01/2012 12:04 AM Dana Jensen/The DayBecky McClain, a former Pfizer scientist who won a $1.37 million lawsuit against the company after becoming ill on the job but has not received any of the money, sits in her home last week. Pfizer is fighting the decision in the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals.Buy Photo

Former Pfizer Inc. molecular biologist Becky McClain calls herself a "reluctant activist" now that she has become a national spokeswoman for biotech safety after winning a $1.37 million judgment two years ago against her former employer.

"I'm a scientist," the Deep River resident said. "I'm not schooled in public speaking."

But McClain, who won a jury award on April 1, 2010, against Pfizer after being fired following a series of safety complaints and what she says was exposure to a novel virus at the pharmaceutical giant's Groton laboratories, has been taking speaking engagements around the country to inform the public about the dangers of unregulated biotech laboratories.


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