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One of the notable developments for 2018 was a spike in Cyclospora cases, likely the result of multiple factors, the CDC said.
The outbreak, which began in 2016, affected 118 people in 18 states.
Illnesses from Salmonella Javiana, Thompson, and Infantis have risen about 50% in 10 years.
A worrisome finding among resistant Salmonella isolates was the Kentucky serovar, of which more than three-quarters were multidrug resistant.
Campylobacter and serious Listeria cases also rose.
The annual reports describe resistance patterns in samples from humans, retail meat, and animals at slaughter.
New lab tests make it difficult to compare year-to-year FoodNet data, the CDC says.
Report finds extremely high multidrug resistance in a Salmonella strain that can sicken humans.
Multidrug-resistant C jejuni rose from 19.1% in 2008 to 43.4% in 2014-2015.
Report finds some encouraging trends in resistance, but also notes increasing consumption of anitbiotics.
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