Issue Date: May 15, 2003
Last November, a trader in Foshan, a small industrial town in Guangdong province in China, fell seriously ill with an incurable high fever and cough. He was suspected to be suffering from pneumonia, a non-infectious disease common in the area. But then four health workers who had been treating him in the local hospital also fell critically ill. This confounded Chinese clinicians.
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