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FDA, CDC & state partners continue to investigate an outbreak of human Salmonella infections linked to contact with pig ear pet treats.FDA & CDC are alerting consumers to avoid ALL pig ear pet treats at this time and for retailers to stop selling them. If you have pig ear treats, throw them away, wash your hands thoroughly and disinfect any surfaces that have come into contact with potentially contaminated products.

FDA, CDC & state partners continue to investigate an outbreak of human Salmonella infections linked to contact with pig ear pet treats. FDA & CDC are alerting consumers to avoid ALL pig ear pet treats at this time and...

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FDA, CDC & state/local partners, are investigating a multistate Cyclospora outbreak potentially linked to fresh basil exported by Siga Logistics de RL de CV of Morelos, Mexico. FDA is working with the firm on a recall and will provide updates:Consumers should not buy, eat, or serve any fresh basil exported by this company. However, if consumers cannot determine if the basil is from this company, they should avoid basil from Mexico. If they do not know what country the basil is from, they should avoid it.Cyclospora cayetanensis is a parasite that gets people sick when they eat food or drink water that’s been contaminated. Consumers who have symptoms of Cyclospora should contact their health care provider to report their symptoms and receive care:FDA is committed to protecting Americans from Cyclospora. We use all available tools – new detection techniques, DNA fingerprinting, enforcement actions, etc. – to prevent cyclosporiasis illnesses. Learn more about FDA Cyclospora preparedness efforts:

FDA, CDC & state/local partners, are investigating a multistate Cyclospora outbreak potentially linked to fresh basil exported by Siga Logistics de RL de CV of Morelos, Mexico. FDA is working with the firm on a recall and...

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UPDATE on angiotensin II receptor (ARB) recalls: Macleods Pharmaceuticals voluntarily recalls losartan containing NMBA: .FDA reminds patients taking recalled ARBs to continue taking their current medicine until their pharmacist provides a replacement or their doctor prescribes a different medication that treats the same condition.Not all ARB products contain impurities, so health care providers may be able to provide an alternative medication not affected by the recalls.

UPDATE on angiotensin II receptor (ARB) recalls: Macleods Pharmaceuticals voluntarily recalls losartan containing NMBA: https://go.usa.gov/xyYX6. FDA reminds patients taking recalled ARBs to continue taking their current...

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