China reports 5 more H7N9 cases; researchers cite mutation
CIDRAP NEWS, Monday 24 February 2014

Continuing the slow trickle of new H7N9 cases, China reported five cases over the past 3 days, as well as another death, and Hong Kong researchers today reported genetic findings from the city's first H7N9 patient, which included a mutation that might enhance disease severity.

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