SARS Ban Puts Limited Dent in Chinese Game Trade

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Chinese epidemiologists believe SARS may have reached humans through food handlers who prepared wild game for restaurant use in southern China. An official ban has put a dent in wild animal trade, but has not completely wiped out black-market operations. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.

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