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Eurosurveillance Special Editions 2017,  Volume 22:
  Special issue on Immunisation Information Systems - August 2017


In this issue:
A rare subtype of botulinum neurotoxin in a case of food-borne botulism in Slovakia


Eurosurveillance, Volume 22, Issue 32, 10 August 2017

Table of Contents

Rapid communications

Cyclosporiasis in travellers returning to the United Kingdom from Mexico in summer 2017: lessons from the recent past to inform the future
Abstract
Surveillance report

Reoccurrence of botulinum neurotoxin subtype A3 inducing food-borne botulism, Slovakia, 2015
Abstract
Research Articles

Improving regional influenza surveillance through a combination of automated outbreak detection methods: the 2015/16 season in France
Abstract
Evidence for more cost-effective surveillance options for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) and scrapie in Great Britain
Abstract
Miscellaneous

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