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Experts say some properties of H7 viruses may lend themselves to human adaptation.
A new molecular strategy could diffuse some of the controversy over lab-modified flu viruses.
Though deep cuts aren't likely to be enacted, health groups and experts aired strong concerns.
In a sample from a patient who died, researchers saw signs that the H7N9 virus had started to mutate to a form resistant to Tamiflu.
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