IHS confirms 14 cases of salmonella poisoning
The Indian Health Service has confirmed 14 cases of salmonella on the Navajo Nation , The Gallup Independent reports.

The Navajo area office said the people who became sick bought tomatoes at one of two stores in New Mexico. One is a Wal-Mart in Farmington and the other is a Bashas' in Crownpoint.

The IHS has two epidemiologists working on the outbreak. The first cases showed up in early May.

Since then, people in more than a dozen states have been affected.

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IHS confirms 14 local cases of salmonella (The Gallup Independent 6/7)

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