Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), a deadly strain of some kind of pathogen, possibly originated in Southern China. In March 2003 it spread to several other countries.
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Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)
Symptoms and treatment guidelines, travel advisory, and daily outbreak updates. From the World Health Organization (WHO).
Centers for Disease Control: SARS
Complete and official information for the public and health care providers, including information for patients and their close contacts.
Children and SARS
Discusses whether kids are at risk for SARS, common symptoms, and what parents should do to protect their children from severe acute respiratory syndrome.
The Facts About SARS
A comprehensive guide to SARS, with articles by a team of science journalists at the Australian Broadcasting Corp. It details what is known about the outbreak, the virus, the ensuing panic and known symptoms and treatments.
MedlinePlus: Coronavirus Infection
News, links and information from The United States National Library of Medicine.
NHS Choices: SARS
Provides information on this serious respiratory illness including symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
General information and guidelines for travellers. [English, German and French.]
SARS: Global Epidemic from Mutant Virus Causing Pneumonia
Article on this infection that was a major risk to world health. Also discusses the need for more basic research on viral diseases.
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome
Information on the research program at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, US.
Collected references on the disease and related topics, including general press, medical journals, and public health departments of affected countries.
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