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Most samples from wildlife in Nairobi carried multidrug-resistant E coli.
The vaccine "has the potential to save tens of thousands of children's lives."
The study provides evidence that population immunity is critical for the successful phase-out of oral polio vaccines.
The outbreak involves 2 districts in the country's "cattle corridor" and occurs as Rwanda is reporting the disease in animals and possibly people.
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