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N Z Med J. 1984 Jun 27;97(758):411-3.

Raw milk consumption as a probable cause of two outbreaks of campylobacter infection.


Outbreaks of gastro-intestinal illness among groups of children using two different camp sites are described. Fifty of the children in one situation and thirty-eight at the second site were ill, with campylobacter being isolated in 50 children. Circumstantial evidence implicates raw milk as the cause of the illness.

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