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Making Sense of SARS

With its flu-like symptoms now affecting citizens in at least 26 countries, SARS (or Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) has much of the world on edge. As of...

What Makes a Superspreader?

If you have to get sick, you might as well do it in Singapore. The Lion City state's public health-care system is one of the best in Asia, and its...

Beijing's SARS Attack

Tuesday, April 8, 2003A physician at Beijing's Chinese People's Liberation Army General Hospital (No. 301) in a signed statement provided to TIME, says that at...

A Case Study

Shanghai likes to play by its own rules. But the city's unilateralist approach to severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) puzzles a senior hospital...

SARS Gets Loose in the Lab

During the height of the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) epidemic last spring, researchers emphasized that basic infection control and personal...

Beijing Hoodwinks WHO Inspectors

Friday, April 18, 2003 Before World Health Organization inspectors visited Beijing hospitals earlier this week, hospital officials removed dozens of SARS...

Is SARS Getting Deadlier?

The SARS epidemic may be waning in some of its hot zones in the world, but scientists aren't ready to put away their petri dishes and declare victory yet. They...

Down, But Not Out

SARS is claiming fewer victims. On June 12 hard-hit Hong Kong experienced is first day without new SARS cases or deaths, and the World Health Organization has...

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