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Coos Bay Oyster Company Campylobacter Outbreak

An Oregon outbreak of Campylobacter infections (campylobacteriosis) has been linked to Coos Bay Oyster Company of Charleston, Oregon, according to the Oregon Health Authority. As a result, Coos Bay is recalling all of its shucked oysters due to possible Campylobacter…

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Missouri Vibriosis Outbreak and Raw Oysters: Free Consultation

A cluster of three cases of gastrointestinal Vibrio parahaemolyticus infection (vibriosis) in Eastern Missouri were identified June 27-28, 2012, according to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS).  Vibriosis is generally associated with eating raw oysters, a menu…

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Vibrio Parahaemolyticus Attorney for a Lawsuit against a Restaurant

Our law firm has successfully won money for clients in Vibrio food poisoning cases. Contact our attorneys for a free consultation. These cases have all involved eating contaminated raw oysters, but other raw shellfish can also be contaminated with Vibrio…

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Restaurants Should Warn of Risk of Vibrio Vulnificus Poisoning from Raw Oysters

Vibrio vulnificus is a bacterium found in contaminated raw seafood, particularly oysters.  In people with compromised immune systems, Vibrio vulnificus can cause sepsis, infection of the blood stream. Vibrio vulnificus blood infections are fatal about 50% of the time. Because of…