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The U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports the source of E. coli O103, that has infected 72 people in five states, has not been identified. Bill Marler, a food safety lawyer in Seattle, notes this O103 outbreak is by far the largest in recent memory.

Dozens have fallen ill during a five-state E. Coli outbreak, and nobody knows where it’s coming from

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has yet to pinpoint the source to a specific food item, grocery store or restaurant chain.

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  1. The U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports the source of E. coli 0103, that has infected 72 people in five states, has not been identified. Bill Marler, a food safety lawyer in Seattle, notes this O103 outbreak is by far the largest in recent memory.
  2. The U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports the source of E. coli O103, that has infected 72 people in five states, has not been identified. Bill Marler, a food safety lawyer in Seattle, notes this O103 outbreak is by far the largest in recent memory.

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