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And [smallpox eradication leader] D A Henderson has been very vocal All of these people can have quite an impact on the White House and elsewhere Q: How do you feel about the moratorium yourself RF: It’s a pity that it has to come to this I would have preferred if this hadn’t caused so much controversy but it has happened and we can’t change that So I think it’s the right step to make It’s comparable to what happened in 1975 at the Asilomar conference But I think that was driven more by the scientists themselves; this time it’s mostly the public controversies that drive it Q: Do you have ideas about how the debate about these studies should be organized and who should participate RF: I think there has to be a whole series of debates A couple are on the rails already As we say in our statement a meeting will be organized in the next couple of weeks which I hope will include participation of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the US government The [American Society for Microbiology] has organized a plenary session at its biodefense meeting next month The New York Academy of Sciences has a meeting as well People need to talk and infectious diseases specialists need to take the microphone and explain why this research is important and how you can do it safely Q: Has the scale of the controversy surprised you Had you expected this when you first discussed the study at a meeting in Malta in September RF: When we presented this of course we expected that there would be some commotion and that we would have to explain to the public and the press why we’re doing this and how you can do it safely I think we have done that very well in the Netherlands We were very proactive; before we submitted the paper for publication we informed all the relevant authorities so they knew what was happening and had the time to prepare and when the story started making the rounds in the US media we spent 3 days talking to newspapers TV and radio And that nipped the debate in the bud In the US, 2017 4:12 am Nationalist Congress Party leader Ajit Pawar (File) Top News COMING down heavily on the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance in the state over “creating drama” of rift between the two, the move can help mop up about Rs 1. 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