Campylobacteriosis is a disease of worldwide importance, but aspects of its transmission dynamics, particularly risk factors, are still poorly understood.
Researchers at the OU Hudson College of Public Health and in Denmark confirm that one of the most common foodborne illnesses in the Western world, can also be spread through sexual contact and their study is published in the journal, Emerging Infectious Diseases.
Joining me today to discuss Campylobacter and the research is infectious disease epidemiologist Katrin Kuhn, Ph.D. Dr. Kuhn is an assistant professor in the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology in the OU Hudson College of Public Health.
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