SARS Primer Is severe acute respiratory syndrome really more dangerous than other diseases? What precautions should you take? Host Lynn Neary gets a primer on the science of SARS from Dr. Barry Bloom, the dean of Harvard's School of Public Health.
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Is severe acute respiratory syndrome really more dangerous than other diseases? What precautions should you take? Host Lynn Neary gets a primer on the science of SARS from Dr. Barry Bloom, the dean of Harvard's School of Public Health.