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Anatomy Of The Epidemiological Literature On The 2003 SARS Outbreaks In Hong Kong And Toronto: A Time-Stratified Review

Weijia Xing, G. Hejblum, G. Leung, A. Valleron
Published 2010 · Medicine

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Weijia Xing and colleagues reviewed the published epidemiological literature on SARS and show that less than a quarter of papers were published during the epidemic itself, suggesting that the research published lagged substantially behind the need for it.
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