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Foodborne Illness Acquired in the United States—Major Pathogens

Foodborne Illness Acquired in the United States—Unspecified Agents

How Safe Is Our Food?

Tables and Appendices

Table 1. Modeling approaches used to estimate the total number of illnesses for different types of data, United States

Table 2. Estimated annual number of episodes of illnesses caused by 31 pathogens, United States

Table 3. Estimated annual number of hospitalizations and deaths caused by 31 pathogens, United States

Table A1. Data sources used to estimate illnesses, hospitalizations, and deaths caused by 31 pathogens transmitted through food, United States

Technical Appendix 1: Overview of Methods and Summary of Data Sources

Technical Appendix 2: Model Structures Used to Make Estimates 

Technical Appendix 3: Estimation and Uncertainty Model Inputs for 31 Major Known Pathogens Transmitted Through Food

Technical Appendix 4: Data Used to Estimate Passive and Outbreak Surveillance Underreporting Multipliers--Passive surveillance underreporting multipliers

Fact Sheets

2011 Estimates of Foodborne Illness: Findings

2011 Estimates of Foodborne Illness: Methods

5 Key Improvements in the 2011 Estimates

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