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The agency has begun developing a vaccine as a backup tool to protect US poultry if needed.
The Obama administration unveils a plan for addressing the threat in the next 5 years.
The findings clear the way for the next step, which may require a change in venue.
The virus may be more stable than a study in August found.
A WHO update highlights a variety of possible exposures, including camels and sheep.
The WHO says 79 confirmed cases were reported, down from 150 the week before.
An unspecified low-path virus hits a Kansas farm, while high-path avian flu is confirmed in Taiwan and Palestine.
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