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We describe a series of 15 Haff disease cases from an outbreak in Salvador, Brazil, starting early December 2016. Eleven cases were grouped in four family clusters of two to four individuals, four were isolated cases. All but one patient consumed cooked fish; 11 within 24h before symptoms onset. Cases consumed ‘Olho de Boi’ ( spp.) and ’Badejo’ spp.). A total of 67 cases were detected, the last case was reported on 5 April 2017.

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2017-06-15
2017-10-21
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