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Recommendations focus on reducing ag antibiotic use, improving surveillance, and boosting public health.
Global health experts urge the UN to set worldwide targets for reduced antibiotic consumption.
The plan would ensure sustainable global access while combating resistance.
In other developments, officials update guidance on sexual transmission and antibody testing.
The panel's concern was fueled by the threat of an airborne virus spread more easily than Ebola.
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