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SARS Cases Tied to Lab Workers Surface in China

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SARS Cases Tied to Lab Workers Surface in China

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SARS Cases Tied to Lab Workers Surface in China

SARS Cases Tied to Lab Workers Surface in China

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A new cluster of SARS cases in China is being called the largest outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome since last summer's epidemic. The latest cases appear to be related to workers in laboratories that specialize in finding treatments or a cure for SARS. NPR's Richard Knox reports.

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