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The virus can have long-lasting consequences for those exposed in utero and will likely strike again, experts say.
"Relying on the current tests is too late," one expert says, as dead deer might already be shedding infectious prions.
A list of critical-need antimicrobials would guide awards, which include incentives and responsibilities for companies, including stewardship reporting.
The findings represent an opportunity to reduce unnecessary use of the drugs.
The Trump administration is making no effort to prioritize game-changing flu vaccines, the experts say.
"If we can eradicate the empirical use of antibiotics . . . we can achieve a lot," Zowawi says.
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