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FDA says large cattle operation may be source of romaine lettuce outbreak

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A large cattle operation may have played a part in the transfer of E. coli bacteria that caused the large-scale, multi-state E. coli O157:H7 outbreak in romaine lettuce, which caused five deaths and sickened 210 people across 36 states this spring.

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