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SARS Treatment Tested as New Cases Arise

Dr. Gregory Cheng, of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, spent three weeks hospitalized with SARS. He recovered, and now donates plasma from his blood to help treat other SARS patients.  Antibodies in the plasma work to neutralize the SARS virus.
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Dr. Gregory Cheng, of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, spent three weeks hospitalized with SARS. He recovered, and now donates plasma from his blood to help treat other SARS patients. Antibodies in the plasma work to neutralize the SARS virus.

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