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Case counts climb to 109, making it the 3rd-largest E coli outbeak in 20 years.
Patients range in age from 1 to 74 years, but at least half are children.
As the outbreak grows to 59 cases, officials puzzle over why romaine and not other lettuce was tainted.
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