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Volume 11, Number 2—February 2005

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Late Recognition of SARS in Nosocomial Outbreak, Toronto

Thomas Wong*†Comments to Author , Tamara Wallington‡, L. Clifford McDonald§, Zahid Abbas*, Michael Christian†, Donald E. Low†, Denise Gravel*, Marianna Ofner*†, Barbara Mederski¶, Lisa Berger‡, Lisa Hansen*, Cheryl Harrison¶, Arlene King*, Barbara Yaffe‡, and Theresa Tam*
Author affiliations: *Health Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; †University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; ‡Toronto Public Health, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; §Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; ¶North York General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Reported probable and suspected severe acute respiratory syndrome cases in persons (or their family members) with symptom onset after April 17, 2003, whose exposure setting was hospital X.

Figure. Reported probable and suspected severe acute respiratory syndrome cases in persons (or their family members) with symptom onset after April 17, 2003, whose exposure setting was hospital X.

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