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Lab tests have confirmed Ebola in two patients from a district that borders Guinea.
The WHO has revised its guidance on studies to pinpoint how the virus is infecting people.
Also, researchers noted connections between positive market findings and human H7N9 cases.
Canadian scientists may have solved the mystery of low vaccine efficacy against the H3N2 strain.
The WHO says it's not clear how the virus is jumping to humans, as Saudi Arabia reports a new case.
The number of suspected and confirmed cases in the nation climbed from 86 to 103.
One report detailed the burden of healthcare-related infections, and another noted progress.
Ill patients in Liberia and Sierra Leone cause concern in what WHO calls 'rapidly evolving' Ebola outbreak.
The WHO today said Guinea has 86 suspected Ebola cases—13 of them lab-confirmed—and 59 deaths.
In addition, Boston researchers provide what they say is the first estimate of MDR-TB in kids.
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