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Sales of medically important antibiotics for food animals rose 9% from 2017 to 2018.
Two weeks ago a top WHO official predicted just such a surge; cases have now reached 3,340.
In other developments, humanitarian group World Vision releases reports on interviews with people, including many children, from hardest-hit areas.
Global funding has reached an all-time high but falls far short of what's needed to eliminate TB.
Response activities are still "paralyzed" in Beni, Mangina, and Biakato over violence.
With 112 new cases in the past 24 hours, Samoa's outbreak has grown to 4,693 cases.
After 2 new attacks, Doctors Without Borders pulls its staff from Biakato.
Measles cases skyrocketed 167% from 2016 to 2018, and deaths climbed from 110,000 in 2017 to 140,000 last year.
The emergency stockpile is part of efforts to streamline response to the next outbreak.
The efficacy of the conjugate vaccine was thus 82%, and it had a good safety profile.
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