foodborne infectious risks: do we need a wide system of data collection and survey? the lessons learned from the study of infectious intestinal disease in 2000, the united kingdom government's food standards agency published "a report of the study of infectious intestinal disease in england". this report was the result of over a decade's endeavour and cost well in excess of 2 million pound sterling (approximately 3.3 million euros). the study originated in 1989. in response to national epidemics of foodborne infection with salmonella enteritidis phage type 4 and listeria monocytogenes, the government set up the committee on the microbiological ...200211938120
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