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SARS pre-screening protocol developed for AACR Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

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It is important to note that only those persons from nations flagged by the World Health Organization will be pre-screened. However, individuals who do not "pass" the questionnaire will be asked to visit their doctor and obtain written permission to travel to, and attend, the meeting.

Further details about the protocol, plus a toll-free 800 number, will be posted on the AACR website (www.aacr.org) shortly and will be distributed via e-mail blasts to all registrants.

International SOS provides clients with a comprehensive portfolio of medical and security services to ensure that people traveling and working internationally have access to immediate help. Services include 24-hour medical advice, referrals to qualified doctors and hospitals and provisions for emergency medical and security evacuations when there is a critical illness or accident, or civil unrest. The organization has global operations in 69 countries, spanning five continents and employs more than 3,400 dedicated professionals in SOS alarm centers, clinics, and remote medical facilities.


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Contact: Warren Froelich
froelich@aacr.org
215-440-9300
American Association for Cancer Research
30-May-2003


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