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Cases have climbed to 968, including 606 deaths, and the WHO details more violence and infected health workers.
Though incidence is down, treatment success for resistant strains is low.
Alongside the slew of new cases, 12 more people died from their infections, as violence continued against outbreak responders.
The drug cut the incidence of C difficile by 2.4 percentage points—a 71% relative risk reduction.
Several indicators show a downward trend, but deaths in kids have reached 68 and hospitalizations continue to climb.
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