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Several virologists have questioned the report of a MERS virus fragment found in a Saudi bat sample.
H7N9 studies from China revealed more about cytokine patterns in severely ill patients and reaffirmed airborne spread in ferrets.
The WHO confirmed four MERS cases in Saudi Arabia, raising the global tally to 108 cases and 50 deaths.
Findings raise concerns about an approach eyed for developing a "universal" flu vaccine.
A Saudi official reported two asymptomatic MERS cases as the WHO confirmed two from Qatar.
In addition to naming risk groups, the new study found that West Nile in 2012 cost Texas over $47 million.
Saudi Arabia announced two new MERS cases, one fatal, as the WHO recognized eight recent ones.
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