Monday, November 15, 2004

Colo. mother waging war on military's anthrax shot and she not alone.

When the news she had waited years to hear finally arrived, Lori Greenleaf was strangely unmoved.

A federal judge had ordered the military to stop forcing soldiers to be injected with an anthrax vaccine. But while the court had essentially said last month that Greenleaf was right about the vaccine's problems, she didn't feel like a winner.

"It's bittersweet because I don't think it'll hold," said the woman described in a recent book as the "Dear Abby of Anthrax Vaccine." "And all the people they hurt already don't get any restitution. I surely do hope the judge's order stands, but we've had so many disappointments you hate to get your hopes up."

Greenleaf, 46, of Morrison first took issue with the anthrax vaccination program five years ago when her son became one of the first sailors to receive it

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