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A task force will identify priorities and monitor progress, and HHS will coordinate efforts.
"India and China are by far the biggest hot spots of antimicrobial resistance in animals."
"Ebola is a reality, not a chimera," Gressly says, urging cooperation with response efforts.
The problem appears to be a mucus barrier that takes awhile to overcome.
The death rate stands at 67%, with 56% of cases involving women and 29% in children.
The risk was linked to 4 antibiotic classes: cephalosporins, fluoroquinolones, carbapenems, and lincosamides.
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