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SARS Reference by B. S. Kamps, C. Hoffmann

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SARS Reference
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Publisher: Flying Publisher
Number of pages: 172

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Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) is an acute respiratory illness caused by infection with the SARS virus. First recognized in mid-March 2003, SARS was successfully contained in less than four months. On 5 July 2003, WHO reported that the last human chain of transmission of SARS had been broken.

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