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The hope that SARS can be eradicated is still dim but the experiences gained in tackling the outbreak of the disease in the last six months is invaluable in the world's preparation for new or more virulent viral attacks.
The discovery of a virus #8211; almost like the coronavirus that causes Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) #8211; in the civet cat raises the question of whether governments should tighten the rules on wildgame trade to prevent unknown viruses from spreading across borders.
MANY of us would have at one time or another received e-mail circulating on the Internet warning female patrons of a popular shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur of an attempted gang-rape involving parking attendants and security guards. WONG CHUN WAI comments.