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Medicine: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome / Hong Kong / US #725413

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 06, 2003
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) More deaths in Hong Kong from severe acute respiratory syndrome {SARS} reported.

(Hong Kong: Barry Petersen) The spread of SARS in & from Hong Kong examined. [SARS survivor Dr. Raymond WA‡- describes his symptoms.] [American Kit PONG‡, James HARTLINE‡- talk about the risk of SARS.]

(New York: Gretchen Carlson) The impact of the fear of the SARS virus in the US examined; map shown of states with suspected cases. [Greenwich Country Day School Doug LYONS†- explains why travelling kids were kept home.] [Mailman School of Public Health Dr. Ian LIPKIN†, New York Medical College Dr. Harold HOROWITZ†- talk about viral contamination.]

Mitchell, Russ;
Petersen, Barry;
Carlson, Gretchen

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