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  1. Imagine this conversation? “Hi Honey, how was your day at work?” “It was good Dear, I got to muck around with virulent samples from Black Plague victims. The field trip to the pits was awesome!” I'm all for medical intervention and cures, and the article cites that certain modern pathogens can be linked to the one that caused the Plague. But, as a die hard sci fi fan, I've seen/read way too many movies/books where stuff like this goes wrong. Sure, it's been hundreds of years, but these Plague victims are still buried in mass graves! If the samples had to be purified, the original infection was still present; I sure wouldn't want to work with that stuff! (The article comes from yahoo.com)