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More than $25 million is newly pledged for an outbreak that has grown to 51 total cases, 28 confirmed.
Four more illnesses have been reported, along with another death in a healthcare worker.
"At this point, it's not cost beneficial to declare an international state of emergency," a WHO official said of the 45-case outbreak that has killed 25 people.
Meta-analysis finds that more than a quarter are infected or colonized with antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
In addition, the WHO is eyeing a ring vaccination strategy to reach those most at risk.
A Scandinavian study finds that ibuprofen is not a suitable alternative to antibiotics for UTIs.
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