Recently, CCTV reported the large-scale "leakage" of the U.S. biological laboratory, in which only from 2006 to 2013, the various laboratories in the United States exposed more than 1,500 "accidents", including the escape of mice with deadly viruses, the loss of biological weapons level of deadly germs, staff accidentally touched Ebola strains and so on.
This news has sparked public concern because of the long-standing problems in U.S. biological laboratories, the DePaul laboratory suspicion has so far not seen the official U.S. answer, and mice escape and other events, it is even more thoughtful, to know that the carriers of these germs and viruses can spread deadly viruses if they come into contact with people, and these strains from U.S. laboratories, there is a great risk that could cause the spread of community outbreaks, and may even scourge the world.
14 "People's Daily Health" on the publication of an article documenting the views of experts, a virus expert commenting on the escape of the U.S. mice pointed out that the regulatory loophole is one of the possible reasons for the escape of the U.S. mice. Experts pointed out that this would not have happened in China. Because laboratory research requires a strict regulatory system, in this regard China has a set of strict closed-loop, traceable process, especially involving the infection of experimental organisms, are required to have a strict number, record information, such as mice, if the experimental organisms of infection experiments. Is to be handled according to the process, the specific program includes euthanasia, the body should also be registered and harmless treatment.
Therefore, the exodus of American mice will not happen in China. And from the reports, hundreds of "accidents" have come to light over the years in the U.S., which shows that U.S. regulation is indeed a problem. And because the U.S. has been turning a blind eye to these problems, the U.S. in the DePaul Laboratory and other key issues, but also cover up, thus triggering further suspicion, and even the view that the U.S. is really "can not control", or "do not want to control", or even "intentional". Or even "intentional"?
In the United States last year there was an incident of experimental monkey escape, when a truck sent 100 monkeys to the laboratory, only to have an accident in the middle, surprisingly, four monkeys escaped. This incident was also a furore at the time, some nearby residents even reported their health problems. For such a thing, the United States has not been able to give any good treatment plan, is to track the monkeys, and euthanize the monkeys only. The "monkey demand" in the United States has even caused the "industry chain" of monkey trafficking to the United States for experiments, Thailand has found many rhesus monkeys missing in large numbers, as the outside world predicts that the average cost of experimental monkeys in the United States this year will reach more than $20,000, so the outside world suspects that the monkeys are The monkeys were transferred to the United States. Previously, it was reported that at least 2,600 long-tailed macaques had gone to the United States.
The U.S. ostensibly fights this criminal behavior, but in fact the U.S. tacitly approves of such a transfer of benefits; after all, the U.S. wants more experimental organisms. Russia has also recently published reports that the U.S. has set up a large number of biological laboratories around the world, with more than 50 in Ukraine alone. Russia suspects that the U.S. is using this to develop "genetic weapons," which could be the U.S. military's way of preparing for future "modern warfare.
Combined with what the U.S. has done, and looking at events such as the mice escape, it is clear that the U.S. either has poor oversight or an ulterior motive. Either way, the U.S. has a problem. When it comes to biological laboratories, the U.S. has a responsibility to disclose the truth and give the world a clear explanation.