CDC reports food-borne illnesses from known pathogens
Since 1992, CDC has defined a food-borne disease outbreak as the occurrence of two or more similar illnesses resulting from ingestion of a common food. State, local, and territorial health department officials use a standard, Internet-based form to voluntarily submit reports of food-borne outbreaks to CDC.
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