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Findings followed a north-to-south gradient in Europe.
More than 100 governments, drug firms, and others have already made commitments.
Recommendations focus on pre- and probiotics, countermeasures, and prevention steps.
H5N8 avian flu continues in Europe, while H5N6, H5N1 strike again in Asia.
Finland, Poland, and the UK also report new H5N8 avian flu outbreaks.
The high-path strain that caused a huge outbreak in 2015 has been found in a Montana mallard.
Tunisia has H5 avian flu for the first time, and Finland and Austria report new H5N8 outbreaks.
Finland, France, and Romania report their first outbreaks, while India and Iran note further spread.
A case report finds more fetal evidence of Zika-related brain development problems, and a study on fetal neural cells hints at a possible damage mechanism.
The CDC said it has also received recent reports of severe flu infections linked to 2009 H1N1 in young- and middle-aged adults.
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