Taiwan's cb fights SARS

The China Post in Taiwan has provided more details of the unusual cure Taiwan's central bank chief has proposed for the deadly disease Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

Source: The China Post, Taiwan

Since there are no sure cures for severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), what one can do to protect oneself is to try to prevent infection.

People wear masks of all kinds, wash their hands more often than usual, try to stay at home, and/or stay away from anybody coughing or that looks sick.


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