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The WHO says MERS is likely sustained by both human-to-human spread and infection from animals.
The FDA approves the first adjuvanted H5N1 flu vaccine to aid in pandemic preparedness.
US flu activity stays steady overall, but reports of flulike illness in the South grow.
The CDC noted some hope in Afghanistan and Pakistan—but the disease reappeared in Cameroon.
Officials are investigating a small but deadly outbreak in Niger and a 794-case outbreak in Tanzania.
Besides new Saudi cases, a Qatar man has died, and debate continues on the role of camels in transmission.
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