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Abstract

Starting August 2012, an increase in Cryptosporidium infections was reported in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Germany. It represented a 1.8 to 4.9-fold increase compared to previous years. Most samples were C. hominis IbA10G2. A case-control study was performed in the Netherlands but did not identify an endemic source. A case-case study in the north of England found travel abroad to be the most common risk factor. .

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2013-01-10
2017-11-19
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