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02-04-2003
Airlines May Face Charges Over DVT Deaths
Airlines that carried passengers who have died from suspected deep vein thrombosis (DVT) might be charged with manslaughter. If the cases go to court, senior directors of airlines could face life imprisonment, and their companies unlimited fines.


02-04-2003
Airlines May Face Charges Over DVT Deaths
By Robert Verkaik
Airlines that carried passengers who have died from suspected deep vein thrombosis (DVT) might be charged with manslaughter. If the cases go to court, senior directors of airlines could face life imprisonment, and their companies ?
01-04-2003
Fatal Speed of Cold That Kills
A new and deadly virus is sweeping across the world. The SARS virus began in China, which, inexcusably, suppressed the data. It has now spread to Europe and North America and may be unstoppable, says Nigel Hawkes

SARS ? THE SYMPTOMS

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16-03-2003
Air passengers quarantined as killer bug reaches Europe
More than 150 passengers flying from new York to Singapore were being held in quarantine in Frankfurt last night after time in Frankfurt last night after fears that they might have been exposed to a new form of virulent pneumonia which has already killed eight people.
16-03-2003
Air passengers quarantined as killer bug reaches Europe
More than 150 passengers flying from new York to Singapore were being held in quarantine in Frankfurt last night after time in Frankfurt last night after fears that they might have been exposed to a new form of virulent pneumonia which has already ki?
09-03-2003
Government Moves on DVT
Airlines will have to pay a new tax to fund research into aviation health issues such as deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) and cabin air quality. The government ? reacting to accusations that it has not taken these issues sufficiently seriously ? has promi?


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