Sars - Who Outbreaks of SARS around the globe have prompted the World Health Organization to come up with a better plan for dealing with health crises. NPR's Brenda Wilson reports on a new resolution passed by the World Health Assembly that will make it easier to spread the word about epidemics such as SARS before they penetrate populations around the world.
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Outbreaks of SARS around the globe have prompted the World Health Organization to come up with a better plan for dealing with health crises. NPR's Brenda Wilson reports on a new resolution passed by the World Health Assembly that will make it easier to spread the word about epidemics such as SARS before they penetrate populations around the world.