Down, But Not Out

SARS is claiming fewer victims. On June 12 hard-hit Hong Kong experienced is first day without new SARS cases or deaths, and the World Health Organization has lifted its travel advisory on some parts of China. But it's too early to assume the disease will live on only in medical-school case histories. In Toronto, where officials thought SARS was all but eradicated in late April, doctors are dealing with a second outbreak in which more than 100 infections have been traced to the fourth floor of Toronto's North York General Hospital. Last week, officials were also investigating whether a U.S. man...

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