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[water-borne campylobacter infection--probably caused by pink-footed geese. two outbreaks in nord-trøndelag, stjørtdal in 1994 and verdal in 1995].the authors describe two water-borne outbreaks of campylobacter gastroenteritis that occurred in central norway in 1994 and 1995. the epidemics were probably caused by contamination of drinking water by the stools of pink-footed geese on the way from svalbard to germany-netherlands. campylobacter jejuni from the stools of the geese was transmitted to the population via untreated drinking water, causing disease in 50% of the population. about 1,000 persons suffered from gastroenteritis caused by ...19969011997
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