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Volume 8, Number 8—August 2002

Research

Outbreak of Cyclosporiasis Associated with Imported Raspberries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2000

Alice Y. Ho*Comments to Author , Adriana S. Lopez†‡, Michael G. Eberhart*, Robert Levenson*, Bernard S. Finkel*, Alexandre J. da Silva‡, Jacquelin M. Roberts‡, Palmer A. Orlandi§, Caroline C. Johnson*, and Barbara L. Herwaldt‡
Author affiliations: *Philadelphia Department of Public Health, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; †Atlanta Research and Education Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; ‡Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; §Food and Drug Administration, Washington, DC, USA;

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Dates of onset of symptoms in laboratory-confirmed case-patients (white box; n = 5) and clinically defined case-patients (black box; n = 49) who attended the wedding reception in June 2000 in Pennsylvania. The exact date of onset of symptoms was not specified for one case-patient who became ill after the reception.

Figure 1. Dates of onset of symptoms in laboratory-confirmed case-patients (white box; n = 5) and clinically defined case-patients (black box; n = 49) who attended the wedding reception in June 2000 in Pennsylvania. The exact date of onset of symptoms was not specified for one case-patient who became ill after the reception.

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