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Byline: CHARLES OLIVER
When tabloid photo editor Bob Stevens was diagnosed with inhaled anthrax, health officials assured the public it was an isolated case.
"People should not go out of their way and do anything other than what they're doing," said Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson.
That was Oct. 4.
Since then, two more people have died of inhaled anthrax. At least seven others contracted the inhaled form of the disease. Six others contracted anthrax through the skin. And 45 people have been confirmed as exposed.
Doctors and a variety of health officials are grappling with the first widespread biological attack …