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Case counts vary, but progress is being made toward the UN goal of isolating & treating, and safely burying where necessary, all Ebola patients.
Survivors face stigma and other complex issues because of the unique nature of the disease.
Sierra Leone's new cases nudge its total ahead of Guinea's, and Liberia also adds to its illness and death totals.
In addition to the 6 new cases, the FAO calls for an urgent increase in research on MERS-CoV in animals.
The slow but steady trickle of cases in China could mount with increased travel and poultry sales during the upcoming Qingming Festival.
As human H7N9 cases slow, the FAO says the risk of human-to-bird transmission is low.
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