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Omission of key data from a report of a new botulinum toxin draws strong approval.
The wife of a MERS patient from UAE tests positive, and the WHO confirms five Saudi cases.
Cases have grown to 66 on the French side of St. Martin, which may elevate the US risk.
A camel herd in Qatar that had MERS-CoV infections tied to human cases seems to be free of the virus.
A number of parameters indicate rapid spread in some US regions, with 2009 H1N1 the predominant strain.
WHO confirms a case, and 5 new cases just reported include 3 healthcare workers.
News of a severe ILI cluster in Texas parallels a dramatic flu rise—mostly from H1N1—in the region and nation.
The proposed rule is the first to prevent intentional contamination of food products.
Most US samples had bacterial contamination, and a good many had pathogenic varieties.
A 38-year-old man from Shenzhen has H7N9 flu, the fourth recent case in Guangdong province.
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