May 5, 2008: Salmonella Outbreak At Princeton

Public health officials inspected Princeton University’s main dining hall after eight cases of Salmonella food poisoning were confirmed.  There are reports of an additional 80 cases of “stomach problems” at the university.

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Health officials have interviewed at least 40 patients who reported food poisoning symptoms in an effort to determine the source of the outbreak.  Little information is available; however, there are reports that the university has sent food samples out for testing.


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