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Volume 15, Number 8—August 2009

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Challenges of Investigating Community Outbreaks of Cyclosporiasis, British Columbia, Canada

Lena Shah, Laura MacDougallComments to Author , Andrea Ellis, Corinne Ong, Sion Shyng, Linda LeBlanc, and the British Columbia Cyclospora Investigation Team1
Author affiliations: Public Health Agency of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (L. Shah); British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (L. Shah, L. MacDougall, C. Ong, S. Shyng); Public Health Agency of Canada, Guelph, Ontario, Canada (A. Ellis); Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Ottawa (L. LeBlanc)

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Figure 2

Traceback of basil eaten by persons with confirmed cyclosporiasis (N = 14), British Columbia, Canada, May–August 2007.

Figure 2. Traceback of basil eaten by persons with confirmed cyclosporiasis (N = 14), British Columbia, Canada, May–August 2007.

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1British Columbia Cyclospora Investigation Team: Dan Moreau, Craig Nowakowski (Vancouver Island Health Authority); Mark Ritson, Arne Faremo (Vancouver Coastal Health Authority); Krista Wilson, Brian Gregory (Interior Health Authority); Susan Schleicher, Shendra Brisdon, Jason Stone (Fraser Health Authority); Julie Wong, Joe Fung, Linda Hoang (Provincial Health Services Authority Laboratories); and Lisa Wu (Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Burnaby).

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