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Infectious Disease Trends for Birmingham

Reportable infectious diseases and food poisonings 1999-2004
other Shigella29231532
Encelphalitis (I)000000
Encelphalitis (PI)000000
Food Poisoning667478204198192145
VTEC (0157)16488
Hansen's Disease000010
Hepatitis A484541824246
Hepatitis B94162088
Hepatitis C46286491
Meningococcal Meningitis303437121621
Meningococcal Septicaemia558463404437
Meningitis (Other)243231213028
Ophthalmia Neonatorum12123767
Paratyphoid Fever1181791411
Poliomyelitis (P)000000
Poliomyelitis (NP)000000
Scarlet Fever403830284925
Tuberculosis (Meninges &CNS) 288247
Tuberculosis (Other)143168138151163187
Typhoid Fever98126166
Whooping Cough151836361114


Emily Cox said…
The interesting issue here is the huge rise in reported incidences of mumps. This is a strong indication that numerous parents are taking the threats associated with the MMR vaccine seriously.
john said…
The other issue I see is Hepatitis.

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