Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 29th, 2003
Disease experts say the SARS virus appears to be just as hardy in its 15th victim as its first one.
The virus' robust nature suggests it is well-adapted to reproducing inside the human body, meaning its ability to spread isn't weakening, health experts said.
There had been hope that, like some viruses, this one might lose its punch over time, mutating and weakening. However, Dr. David Heymann, the World Health Organization's chief of communicable diseases, said that...
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