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What happened to severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)?

The first case of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) was reported in February 2003. A global outbreak then followed. The outbreak was successfully contained, and the last confirmed case occurred in 2004. It is possible that SARS will reappear in the future.

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