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Volume 23, Number 6—June 2017

Research

Outbreak-Related Disease Burden Associated with Consumption of Unpasteurized Cow’s Milk and Cheese, United States, 2009–2014

Solenne CostardComments to Author , Luis Espejo, Huybert Groenendaal, and Francisco J. Zagmutt
Author affiliations: EpiX Analytics, Boulder, Colorado, USA (S. Costard, H. Groenendaal, F.J. Zagmutt); Consultant, St. Augustine, Florida, USA (L. Espejo)

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Stochastic model used to estimate the excess risk of outbreak-related illnesses and hospitalization due to unpasteurized dairy product consumption in the United States, 2009–2014. Model contains 3 main components: estimation of the incidence rates of illness and hospitalization for pasteurized and unpasteurized dairy products (elements in the boxes with solid lines), estimation of the excess risk associated with unpasteurized milk or cheese consumption (elements in box with dashed lines), and ev

Figure 2. Stochastic model used to estimate the excess risk of outbreak-related illnesses and hospitalization due to unpasteurized dairy product consumption in the United States, 2009–2014. Model contains 3 main components: estimation of the incidence rates of illness and hospitalization for pasteurized and unpasteurized dairy products (elements in the boxes with solid lines), estimation of the excess risk associated with unpasteurized milk or cheese consumption (elements in box with dashed lines), and evaluation of the impact of hypothetical changes in consumption of unpasteurized dairy products (elements in boxes with dotted lines).

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