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Two articles on hepatitis A outbreaks in multiple European countries with link to frozen berries.
Eurosurveillance, Volume 19, Issue 43, 30 October 2014
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Recent evidence of underestimated circulation of hepatitis C virus intergenotypic recombinant strain RF2k/1b in the Rhône-Alpes region, France, January to August 2014: implications for antiviral treatment
by C Ramière, P Tremeaux, A Caporossi, MA Trabaud, F Lebossé, F Bailly, MA Thélu, J Nana, V Leroy, P Morand, P André, S Larrat
Exceptionally low rotavirus incidence in the Netherlands in 2013/14 in the absence of rotavirus vaccination
by S Hahné, M Hooiveld, H Vennema, A van Ginkel, H de Melker, J Wallinga, W van Pelt, P Bruijning-Verhagen
Identification of verocytotoxin-producing Escherichia coli O117:H7 in men who have sex with men, England, November 2013 to August 2014
by I Simms, VL Gilbart, L Byrne, C Jenkins, GK Adak, G Hughes, PD Crook
Control of carbapenemase-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae: a region-wide intervention
by C Gagliotti, V Cappelli, E Carretto, M Marchi, A Pan, P Ragni, M Sarti, R Suzzi, GA Tura, ML Moro, on behalf of the Emilia-Romagna Group for CPE Control
Surveillance and outbreak reports
Outbreak of hepatitis A infection associated with the consumption of frozen berries, Ireland, 2013 - linked to an international outbreak
by M Fitzgerald, L Thornton, J O'Gorman, L O’Connor, P Garvey, M Boland, AM Part, J Rogalska, H Coughlan, J MacDiarmada, J Heslin, M Canny, P Finnegan, J Moran, D O’Flanagan, on behalf of the Hepatitis A Outbreak Control Team
Three simultaneous, food-borne, multi-country outbreaks of hepatitis A virus infection reported in EPIS-FWD in 2013: what does it mean for the European Union?
by CM Gossner, E Severi
Eurosurveillance Edition: 30 October 2014
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