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WHO Team to Investigate SARS Cases in Rural China
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WHO Team to Investigate SARS Cases in Rural China

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WHO Team to Investigate SARS Cases in Rural China

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The World Health Organization sends a team to a densely populated province in northern China to assess a sudden increase in the number of SARS cases. Doctors believe migrant workers may be spreading the disease. The visit is the first by a WHO team to a Chinese province outside of Guangdong, where SARS broke out in November. Hear NPR's Rob Gifford.

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