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China reports a highly pathogenic H7N9 avian flu outbreak, its first since September 2017.
A total of 62.4% of patients taking tafenoquine were free of P vivax after 6 months.
H9N2 avian flu typically circulates in birds as a low-pathogenic strain.
Iraq is battling another H5N8 detection, and in South Korea, H5N6 was found on another commercial farm.
Strains with key drug-resistance genes grew from 16% of samples in 2008 to 68% in 2013.
A study shows avian flu virus detections rising in poultry in Cambodian live-bird markets.
The outbreaks involved different strains, including H5N6, H5N1, and H5N8.
Also, Cambodia reports an H5N1 outbreak in poultry, its first in nearly a year.
Finland, Poland, and the UK also report new H5N8 avian flu outbreaks.
Detections vary from H5N1 in India to the confirmation of H5N5 for the first time in Slovenia.
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