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Volume 18, Number 3—March 2012

Research

Foodborne and Waterborne Infections in Elderly Community and Long-Term Care Facility Residents, Victoria, Australia

Martyn D. KirkComments to Author , Joy Gregory, Karin Lalor, Gillian V. Hall, and Niels Becker
Author affiliations: Australian National University, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia (M.D. Kirk, G.V. Hall, N. Becker); Department of Health, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (J. Gregory, K. Lalor)

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Notification rates for campylobacteriosis in persons >65 years of age, by long-term care facility and community residence status, Victoria, Australia, 2000–2009.

Figure 1. Notification rates for campylobacteriosis in persons >65 years of age, by long-term care facility (LTCF) and community residence status, Victoria, Australia, 2000–2009.

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