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    Hepatitis A: EFSA and ECDC publish a joint rapid outbreak assessment

    EFSA is working closely with ECDC to help identify the origin of the recent outbreak of Hepatitis ... identified frozen berries as the most likely source of infection. Hepatitis A is an infectious disease that ... available. Outbreak of Hepatitis A virus infection in residents and travellers to Italy ...

    29 May 2013
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    Hepatitis A: EFSA and ECDC publish a joint rapid outbreak assessment

    EFSA is working closely with ECDC to help identify the origin of the recent outbreak of Hepatitis ... A virus infection in humans in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. Hepatitis A is an infectious disease ... available. Outbreak of Hepatitis A virus infection in four Nordic countries ...

    16 April 2013
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    Hepatitis A virus infection in four Nordic countries

    Between 1 October 2012 and 8 April 2013, 16 confirmed cases of hepatitis A virus (HAV) infections ... soon as new relevant information becomes available. Keywords:  hepatitis A virus, HAV, food-borne ...

    16 April 2013
    Technical report

    Food of plant origin with high water content

    tomatoes/Hepatitis A virus, grated carrots/ Yersinia pseudotuberculosis for EU and lettuce/Norovirus, ... spinach/pathogenic E.coli, cantaloupe melon/ Listeria monocytogenes, and Hepatitis A virus combined with ...

    02 April 2013
    External Scientific Report

    Mineral oil hydrocarbons in food

    including lymph nodes, spleen and liver. Hepatic microgranulomas associated with inflammation in Fischer 344 ...

    06 June 2012
    Scientific Opinion

    EFSA provides up-to-date information on food-borne viruses

    EFSA’s scientific opinion looked at norovirus and hepatitis A viruses in fresh produce, ready-to-eat ... hazards by the World Health Organisation. The hepatitis E virus was also assessed in the opinion as it is ... or hepatitis A virus from contaminated bivalve molluscs or fresh produce. Meat or liver should also ...

    14 July 2011
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