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NPR Following the Salmonella Egg Outbreak

Federal officials say they don’t yet know the size of a national epidemic of salmonella from contaminated eggs. Between May and July, health officials counted nearly 2,000 salmonella cases — compared to a normal caseload of 700. Officials say they expect the number to grow when illnesses from late July and early August are logged.  Here is the link to “All Things Considered.”