Guelph food poisoning

Updated Wed. Aug. 06 2008 5:49 AM ET


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A public health team will try today to piece together the source and spread of an E. coli outbreak at the University of Guelph.

As many of 20 people may have become sick after eating contaminated food between July 21st and the 23rd.

Public Health Officials have already confirmed five cases, another 15 are being called suspect.

Symptoms include stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting and possible bloody diarrhea.



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