BOCA RATON, Fla. -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said here last week the public is not at risk for exposure to the anthrax virus by handling any of the supermarket tabloids published by American Media here. SN it was too early last week to determine if concerns about the anthrax virus were affecting sales of any of the publications. "We won't know if sales suffered till the returns come back in a few days," he said. The CDC's statement, delivered at a press conference ...

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