In 1993, reported rates of Salmonellosis in France and bordering countries ranged from approximately 18-to-240 per 100,000. By 2003, corresponding figures had narrowed to 15-to-120 per 100,000, and as of 2016 were only 8-to-30 per 100,000. (see graph) [1,2]
- Berger S. Salmonellosis: Global Status, 2017. 324 pages, 302 graphs, 3,559 references. Gideon e-books, https://www.gideononline.com/ebooks/disease/salmonellosis-global-status/
- Gideon e-Gideon multi-graph tool, https://www.gideononline.com/cases/multi-graphs/
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