Health Officials Edge Closer to Containing SARS Doctors at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say there are now more than 60 suspected cases of Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in the United States. The disease, which is believed to have originated in China, has no specific treatment, but there should soon be a blood test to help confirm suspected cases of the disease. Hear NPR's Joe Palca.
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Health Officials Edge Closer to Containing SARS

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Health Officials Edge Closer to Containing SARS

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Health Officials Edge Closer to Containing SARS

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Doctors at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say there are now more than 60 suspected cases of Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in the United States. The disease, which is believed to have originated in China, has no specific treatment, but there should soon be a blood test to help confirm suspected cases of the disease. Hear NPR's Joe Palca.