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Researchers say the findings could have serious health implications.
In just over 3 months, Yemen has reported more than 368,000 cases, the most in a single year.
If illness from the fungus becomes more common, "We are dealing with the potential for a highly resistant bug to really take off."
The study says the funding has spurred growth of US jobs while bringing lifesaving products to the world.
Officials say atypical bovine spongiform encephalopathy ("mad cow") was detected in an 11-year-old cow.
Yemen confirms another 35,000 cholera cases, while Somalia reports a slight slowdown, with only 1,121 new cases.
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