SARS-driven meeting cancellations no longer dominate the headlines. As of this writing in mid-June, only Beijing remains on the World Health Organization's warning list for non-essential travel. But it remains to be seen if the threat has truly abated. According to WHO, the SARS virus comes from a family of viruses notorious for its frequent mutations. Experts can't rule out the possibility that SARS will resurface again in the next flu season — and there's no vaccine in sight. The immediate ...

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