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China Agrees to Openly Report SARS Cases

China pledges to work more openly with international health officials investigating Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, or SARS. Health experts have criticized China for being too slow to reveal information on the flu-like disease's spread. SARS has taken its highest toll in China, with 806 cases and 34 deaths. NPR's Rob Gifford and NPR's Joe Palca report.

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