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A Foodborne Disease Outbreak With an Unusual Cause

Yong Wang, MD, PhD; Hanbin Wang, MD, PhD; Shaofu Qiu, PhD; Xishan Xiong, MD; Xiaoling Liu, MD; and Hongbin Song, MD, PhD
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From Institute of Disease Control and Prevention, Chinese Academy of Military Medical Sciences, and The No. 307 Hospital of the People's Liberation Army, Beijing, China.

Note: All authors contributed equally to this manuscript.

Acknowledgment: The authors thank Yuanyong Xu, MD, PhD; Leili Jia, PhD; and Ligui Wang, MSc, from the Chinese Academy of Military Medical Sciences for participating in the data collection and laboratory testing.

Grant Support: By Major-Project of Science and Technology Research of China (2012ZX10004-215, 2012ZX10004-801, 2013ZX10004-218, 2013ZX10004-203, 2013ZX10004-217, and 2011ZX10004-001).

Potential Conflicts of Interest: Drs. Y. Wang, Qiu, and Song: Grant (money to institution): Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology; Fees for participation in review activities such as data monitoring boards, statistical analysis, end point committees, and the like (money to institution): Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology.

Corresponding Author: Hongbin Song, MD, PhD, Institute of Disease Control and Prevention, Chinese Academy of Military Medical Sciences, 20 Dongdajie Street, 100071 Beijing, China; e-mail, hongbinsong@263.net.


Ann Intern Med. 2013;158(1):75-76. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-158-1-201301010-00021
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