Fauci in 2013: ‘Being Too Restrictive Can Impede Creativity’

‘Once you start being too restrictive you then impede creativity for so many of the good things’

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FAUCI: “You have to have some restrictions in the sense of you don’t do work that could actually hurt people in the sense of if you have a laboratory accident, you have to have the right containment. Once you start being too restrictive you then impede creativity for so many the good things that could come out of the same type of work.”
 

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