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To control the deadly fungus, scientists have to better understand how it spreads.
In the past 10 days, officials have recorded nearly 100 new cases, and the outbreak has reached 2,265 infections.
Officials have now confirmed 3 recent cases in Bunia, population 366,000.
Researchers find an increase in vaccine virus shedding and seroconversion.
Nearly half of respondent (45%) haven't taken antibiotics as prescribed.
The WHO reports a worrying spike in activity in Mabalako, one of the smaller hot spots, as cases top 2,200.
Antimicrobials are needed to ensure food security, but they need to be used responsibly, an FAO official says.
Most samples from wildlife in Nairobi carried multidrug-resistant E coli.
Skepticism remains in some high-income nations, with France having the lowest trust in vaccines.
WHO director: "All countries must strike a balance between ensuring access to life-saving antibiotics and slowing drug resistance."
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