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Volume 17, Number 6—June 2011

Research

Marked Campylobacteriosis Decline after Interventions Aimed at Poultry, New Zealand

Ann Sears, Michael G. BakerComments to Author , Nick Wilson, Jonathan C. Marshall, Petra Muellner, Donald M. Campbell, Robin J. Lake, and Nigel P. French
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand (A. Sears, M.G. Baker, N. Wilson); Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand (J. Marshall, P. Muellner, N.P. French); New Zealand Food Safety Authority, Wellington (D.M. Campbell); Institute of Environmental Science and Research Ltd, Christchurch, New Zealand (R.J. Lake)

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Campylobacteriosis notification rates per 100,000 population by year, 1980–2009, and hospitalization rates per 100,000 population by year, 1996–2009, New Zealand. Arrows indicate key interventions.

Figure 1. Campylobacteriosis notification rates per 100,000 population by year, 1980–2009, and hospitalization rates per 100,000 population by year, 1996–2009, New Zealand. Arrows indicate key interventions.

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