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Volume 11, Number 3—March 2005

Perspective

Fly Transmission of Campylobacter

Gordon L. Nichols*Comments to Author 
Author affiliation: *Health Protection Agency, London, United Kingdom

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Cases of Campylobacter infection in England and Wales based on the patient specimen date. Figure shows broadly similar changes in patterns of infection across the country as measured by laboratory reporting per town or city (cases as a percentage of the annual total) by day of year. Laboratories were ordered by the total number of cases reported over the 14-year period (Appendix).

Figure 2. . . Cases of Campylobacter infection in England and Wales based on the patient specimen date. Figure shows broadly similar changes in patterns of infection across the country as measured by laboratory reporting per town or city (cases as a percentage of the annual total) by day of year. Laboratories were ordered by the total number of cases reported over the 14-year period (Appendix).

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