Another 365 new E. coli cases found in Germany

June 1, 2011 15:19

BERLIN - Germany's disease control centre reported 365 new E. coli cases on Wednesday as the government scrambled to trace the source of the deadly outbreak.

A quarter of the new cases involved the hemolytic-uremic syndrome (HUS), a serious complication resulting from E. coli infection that affects the blood and kidneys, Germany's Robert Koch Institute said.

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