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E coli from people carrying it?

The only conclusion I can gather from this is that people who have been exposed to, or have active illness from e coli are passing along. Strange that tetracycline is so prominent - use for fish and acne on people

Posted by Ned Hamson
06 December 2012 | 17h21

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