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The number of genetic substitutions is 6 times higher than expected for an orthopoxvirus.
An additional 600,000 lives might have been saved if global vaccination goals had been met.
Also, global experts meet to consider if the threat constitutes a global public health emergency.
Typhoid fever has become increasingly resistant to antibiotics over the past 50 years.
The absolute risk appears to be only slightly higher than in uninfected peers.
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