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400 new SARS cases in China
SJ Mercury News ^
| Michael Dorgan and Seth Borenstein - Knight Ridder
Posted on 04/02/2003 5:20:15 PM PST by NormsRevenge
Edited on 04/13/2004 3:30:52 AM PDT by Jim Robinson.
BEIJING - (KRT) - As China on Wednesday disclosed nearly 400 new cases of the mysterious fast-breaking respiratory illness and international health officials urged travelers to avoid southern China, U.S. doctors were trying to figure out why the disease has not hit America that hard yet.
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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Government; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: china; newcases; reporting; sars
As China on Wednesday disclosed nearly 400 new cases of the mysterious fast-breaking respiratory illness and international health officials urged travelers to avoid southern China, U.S. doctors were trying to figure out why the disease has not hit America that hard yet.
That's cause we don't yet have Hillary-Health-Care... unlike China, Canada, et al.
posted on 04/02/2003 5:24:40 PM PST
I keep remembering the influenza epidemic of 1918 ( I think). It could get brutal in underdeveloped countries.
Scary stuff, for sure.
posted on 04/02/2003 5:31:02 PM PST
So this was the real purpose of those contrails...:):);)
"We want protection, not a lung infection"
Rip away :)
posted on 04/02/2003 5:40:30 PM PST
posted on 04/02/2003 5:54:04 PM PST
(We are crushing our enemies, seeing him driven before us and hearing the lamentations of the liberal)
Could it be the higher percentage of Americans that receive influenza immunizations, especially those who are more vulnerable to flue effects?
posted on 04/02/2003 6:23:46 PM PST
Bump for later.
posted on 04/02/2003 6:30:38 PM PST
Were all gunna die!!!
posted on 04/02/2003 7:59:54 PM PST
(did someone say WOD?)
"Were all gunna die!!!"
I'm not ready yet.
posted on 04/02/2003 8:01:32 PM PST
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