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Agency officials say new antibiotics for the identified bacteria are urgently needed.
Also, UK scientists yesterday reported a novel subclade of the H3N2 strain of influenza.
Report finds extremely high multidrug resistance in a Salmonella strain that can sicken humans.
The H3N2 strain continues to dominate, especially affecting the elderly.
Flu markers rose to their highest points yet, as influenza B detections rose slightly, typical for the later months of the flu season.
Clinic visits and hospitalizations for flu rose again last week, with the disease now widespread in 40 states and Puerto Rico.
The authors call findings in gram-negative bacteria "especially worrying."
Flu markers rose again last week, with disease activity now widespread in 29 states.
The US reports widespread flu and 3 pediatric deaths, while Europe is being hit hard.
Flu is now widespread in 12 states, with a growing percentage of clinic visits for flu and hospitalization rates rising quickly for seniors, a group typically hit hard by H3N2.
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