Outbreaks of salmonellosis associated with eating uncooked tomatoes: Implications for public health

C. W. Hedberg, F. J. Angulo, K. E. White, C. W. Langkop, W. L. Schell, M. G. Stobierski, A. Schuchat, J. M. Besser, S. Dietrich, L. Helsel, P. M. Griffin, J. W. McFarland, M. T. Osterholm, D. Swerdlow, R. Tauxe, J. Townes, J. Hospedales, L. Wilson, R. Kingdon, R. RoyJ. Feldman, R. Marrs, J. Scharmann, S. Bohm, K. J. Kuo, R. Martin, P. McDonnell, K. Michalak, K. Pannaralla, M. Schwartz, W. Hall, C. Klammer, T. Masso, K. MacDonald, J. Soler, L. Gabriel, R. Danila, J. Forfang, J. Korlath, J. Clare, E. Anderson, J. Mariotti, T. Ristinen, F. Mitchell, C. Schneider, M. Miller, G. Killiam, J. Tucker, E. Smyth, M. Proctor, J. Davis

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