This bibliography does not include newspaper articles and most ephemeral institutional
reports and business publications. Those sources are cited in full within the endnotes.
Singapore: Official Reports and News Articles
a*star Research. “On the Trail of an Elusive Tumor.” Published online September 1,
2010.
—. Reports on Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in Human Stem Cell Research, Repro-
ductive and Therapeutic Cloning. National Survey of r&d in Singapore, 2002.
—. “Singapore’s Biopolis: A Success Story.” Media press release. http:// w . w . w . a
- star . edu . sg / Media / News / Press - Releases / ID / 1893 / Singapore - Biopolis - A - Success
- Story . aspx. Accessed February 10, 2015.
—. “Strengthening the Fight against Dengue Fever.” Published online Septem-
ber 25, 2013. https:// www . research . a - star . edu . sg / feature - and - innovation / 6793
/ strengthening - the - fight - against - dengue - fever. Accessed March 23, 2016.
Cheong, P. K. “sars of ‘The Plague.’ sma News (Singapore Medical Association) 35,
no. 6 (June 2003): 23–26.
Chew, S. K., and E. S. Tai. Study Protocol for the Singapore Consortium for Cohort Studies
(sccs). September 6, 2007. Unpublished manuscript.
Lim, Sylvia, and Calvin Ho. “The Ethical Position of Singapore on Embryonic Stem
Cell Research.” SMA News (Singapore Medical Association) 35, no. 6 (2003): 21–23.
Singapore Ministry of Health. “Regional Emerging Disease Initiative (redi) Centre.”
2011. http:// www . moh . gov . sg / content / moh _ web / home / Publications / information
_ papers / 2003 / regional _ emergingdiseaseinterventionredicentre . html. Accessed
November 14, 2013.
Tan, W. “Warning against Complacency, 10 Years after sars.” Today (National Univer-
sity of Singapore), March 19, 2013.
Yang, J. “The Stats behind the Medical Science.” Today (National University of Singa-
pore), March 31, 2012.
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