Conservative physicians were five times more likely than their peers to say that they would treat a hypothetical COVID-19 patient with hydroxychloroquine.
The World Organization for Animal Health notes increasing detections in mammals in recent months, which warrants close monitoring.
The emergence of multidrug-resistant strains of the enteric pathogen is challenging clinicians and public health officials.
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The Influenza Vaccines R&D Roadmap Initative
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