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(From South China Morning Post)
Byline: Ella Lee
The Sars outbreak which is still peaking on the mainland remains a big danger to the world even though other places with major outbreaks have brought the disease under control, a senior World Health Organisation executive warned yesterday.
In an interview with the South China Morning Post, the WHO executive director of communicable disease David Heymann said the most important task now was not to give Sars a chance to turn into another endemic disease, such as tuberculosis and malaria.
"We think Sars has not peaked in China. The problem in China is not only a problem for Hong Kong but for the …