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There are three main chapters. The first, Basic Guide, gives you a run-down on everything you should know from the origin of SARS to how it affected others. Yet, for a more in-depth and detailed information, check out Virus, which not only provides merely the definition of the virus, but it's structure and how it's transmitted to others. But that's not all, you can find out how people worldwide are protecting themselves and fighting against this deadly virus in Prevention.
We are certain you would agree that reading is just not enough; so get your fingers moving and try out our quizzes and crossword puzzles. These are original quizzes and crossword puzzles created by the SARS team.
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This site not only provides the facts, but also gives you an insight into the health workers and ones who lived through SARS. These interviews in MP3 will provide an inside perspective of someone who had to face SARS daily as well as our collections of pictures taken from those living in those SARS-affected areas.
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