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With 18 new illnesses, the outbreak has grown to 35 cases in 11 states.
Six people have been hospitalized, including one with a serious kidney condition; no food source has been confirmed.
Illnesses from Salmonella Javiana, Thompson, and Infantis have risen about 50% in 10 years.
Fluoroquinolone resistance in hospital-onset E coli bacteremia rose markedly.
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