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Data from Pakistan and South Africa highlight advantages of vaccination early in life.
The study supports WHO guidance for conserving vaccine during shortages.
A benefit was found, however, when pelvic infection was defined by strict criteria.
Candida auris has caused deadly hospital infections in several nations since 2009.
The CDC noted some hope in Afghanistan and Pakistan—but the disease reappeared in Cameroon.
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