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Investigators: China Not Providing True SARS Count

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Investigators: China Not Providing True SARS Count

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Investigators: China Not Providing True SARS Count

Investigators: China Not Providing True SARS Count

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World Health Organization investigators say China under-reports cases of the deadly SARS virus in Beijing military hospitals and bars the release of details. WHO officials think China has 100 to 200 SARS cases, and that's three to five times more than China has reported. In Beijing, Anthony Kuhn reports.

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