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The proposed law would direct $200 million a year for 5 years to research.
Researchers are relieved to resume experiments, but some public health questions remain.
In a sample from a patient who died, researchers saw signs that the H7N9 virus had started to mutate to a form resistant to Tamiflu.
The review didn't find any new evidence to drive policy changes, but said more research and new antivirals are needed.
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