Cilantro contamination blamed for Cyclosporiasis outbreak

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FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas - Fort Bend County Health and Human Services has released a preliminary report from the CDC regarding the Cyclosporiasis outbreak.

According to the report, a contaminated cilantro is to blame for the outbreak. The FDA is now utilizing it's look-back procedures to attempt to identify the source of contamination.

The Fort Bend County Health and Human Services says there have been no new outbreaks since July.

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