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Volume 19, Number 1—January 2013

Research

Infections with Spore-forming Bacteria in Persons Who Inject Drugs, 2000–2009

Norah E. PalmateerComments to Author , Vivian D. Hope, Kirsty Roy, Andrea Marongiu, Joanne M. White, Kathie A. Grant, Colin N. Ramsay, David J. Goldberg, and Fortune Ncube
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Health Protection Scotland, Glasgow, Scotland, UK (N.E. Palmateer, K. Roy, C.N. Ramsay, D.J. Goldberg); Health Protection Agency, London, UK (V.D. Hope, A. Marongiu, J.M. White, K.A. Grant, F. Ncube); London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London (V.D. Hope)

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Rates of infection with spore-forming bacteria (Clostridium botulinum, C.tetani, C. novyi, and Bacillus anthracis) among persons who inject drugs, by health region, England and Scotland, 2000–2009.

Figure 2. . . Rates of infection with spore-forming bacteria (Clostridium botulinum, C.tetani, C. novyi, and Bacillus anthracis) among persons who inject drugs (PWID), by health region, England and Scotland, 2000–2009.

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