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What is listeria is it different than salmonella?

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Dr. Larry Lutwick
Infectious Disease 51 years experience
Totally: Although but are bacteria usually acquired by the foodborne route and are more serious in immune suppressed people and the elderly, listeria causes meningitis and salmonella causes diarrhea.
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