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A report today says spraying with naled and Bti to target Aedes aegypti was effective.
Five of the six candidates are medical doctors, and four have served as health ministers.
The most common pathogens not properly inactivated were Bacillus anthracis and Francisella tularensis.
As St. Kitts and Nevis reports the disease, Guatemala notes its first related birth defects.
The UN declaration, however, did not set any targets for reduced use of antibiotics in humans and animals.
A cluster in Hawaii involves bacteria with high resistance to azithromycin and reduced susceptibility to ceftriaxone.
Given past patterns, the FAO warned countries that border the Caspian and Black Seas, as well as Western Europe, to be on high alert.
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