CDC: Cyclospora outbreak sickens 353 people in 15 states

07/31/2013 | HealthDay News

CDC officials reported Monday that the stomach bug outbreak linked to the cyclospora parasite has now sickened 353 people in 14 states and New York City, with at least 21 persons reportedly hospitalized. The cause of the infections, often linked to tainted produce, is still unidentified. "No food items have been implicated to date, but public health authorities are pursuing all leads," the agency said.

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