USAMRIDUnited States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases
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"The reason we wanted this facility here was that USAMRID had so many years of experience working with these infectious diseases when no one else was," she explained.
Eitzen described USAMRID's role in detecting contaminated material and helping in the clean-up effort in the response to the anthrax attack.
This Executive Order also purports to empower USAMRID (54) (the United States Army facility at Fort Dietrick) to manufacture Ciproxin and to distribute it as directed by the CDC.