Despite SARS, Most Life Sciences Conferences Go On as Planned | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 22 -   The life sciences conference circuit so far seems little affected by the global epidemic of severe acute respiratory syndrome, despite the rising number of cases in Canada, travel advisories for inbound and outbound passengers between the US and Asia

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