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The drug was active against flu A, B, C, and D, as well as avian and swine strains.
Other high-priority diseases include West Nile, plague, rabies, and brucellosis.
The WHO notes signs that flu strains, especially avian ones, are co-circulating at unprecedented levels.
(CIDRAP News) – Test results on a cluster of Alabama patients hospitalized with similar respiratory symptoms indicated no unusual pathogens but instead a variety of common respiratory viruses and bacteria, state health officials announced today.
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