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Volume 9, Number 1—January 2003

Research

Foot and Mouth Disease in Livestock and Reduced Cryptosporidiosis in Humans, England and Wales

William J. Smerdon*, Tom Nichols*, Rachel M. Chalmers†, Hilary Heine*, and Mark Reacher*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Public Health Laboratory Service–Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre, London, England; †Cryptosporidium Reference Unit, Singleton Hospital, Sgeti, Swansea, Wales

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Laboratory reports of Cryptosporidium species to Public Health Laboratory Service–Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre, by specimen week, including reports with and without foreign travel, England and Wales, 1991–2001. FMD, foot and mouth disease.

Figure 2. Laboratory reports of Cryptosporidium species to Public Health Laboratory Service–Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre, by specimen week, including reports with and without foreign travel, England and Wales, 1991–2001. FMD, foot and mouth disease.

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