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Medicine’s Mark Cameron discusses the 2003 SARS crisis

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Mark Cameron, an associate professor in the university’s Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences in the School of Medicine

Yahoo News: Mark Cameron, associate professor at the School of Medicine, discussed being on the frontlines during the 2003 SARS crisis as part of a rapid research response team. “The real driving force of letting some of these guidelines be relieved,” Cameron told This American Life last year, “was the economic pressure of having a city like Toronto almost shut down trying to deal with an infection like this.”