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Campylobacter and serious Listeria cases also rose.
E coli and some Salmonella infections dropped, but Campylobacter and Vibrio cases increased.
US agencies reported on what they billed as an improved method for sifting food outbreak data.
(CIDRAP News) – The overall US incidence of major foodborne diseases was about the same in 2012 as it was about 5 years earlier, but Campylobacter infections were significantly more common, for unclear reasons, federal officials announced today.
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