From: Grant Callaghan (
Date: Thu 10 Apr 2003 - 02:43:03 GMT

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    When the disease was just getting started, it was known as atypical pneumonia. A friend of mine caught it at that stage and didn't know what it was he had. Then WHO came along and started calling it SARS, something which the people in Hongkong and Canton wouldn't have thought to do because Hongkong is known as the SAR or the Special Administrative Region. Lots of irony wrapped up in that to my way of thinking. :)


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