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The Massive E. Coli Outbreak In Flour Is Over, So Why Are People Still Getting Sick? 

An outbreak of E. coli that caused 10 million pounds of flour to be pulled from shelves is finally over. Yet, cases continue to pop up, and the CDC says it expects to see even more. Here’s why, even when the outbreak is over, the illness still isn’t. Read more...
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