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Larry B. Sundberg

District Epidemiology Manager

Pennsylvania Department of Health

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Pennsylvania Department of Health

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Employment History

Epidemiologist

St. Louis County Department of Health


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Pennsylvania Public Health Association

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Larry B. Sundberg, M.B.A., M.P.H.District Epidemiology ManagerPennsylvania Department of Health


SLRCAC - Minutes: October 22, 2003

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Larry Sundberg, St. Louis County Department of Public Health, reiterated that coliform is not an ideal indicator of pathogens.


Duluth News Tribune | 10/17/2003 | Northland Briefs

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After a summer of sanitary sewer overflows and beach closings, Randall Hicks, University of Minnesota Duluth researcher, and Larry Sundberg, epidemiologist for the St. Louis County Department of Health, will discuss those issues as they relate to the St. Louis River and western Lake Superior.


Duluth News Tribune | 10/03/2003 | Northland Briefs

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Wednesday test results found no bacteria on Louis' Cafe equipment or work surfaces, said Larry Sundberg, county epidemiologist.However, several employees tested positive for salmonella infections.Sundberg said Louis' Cafe must meet several conditions before reopening, including the replacement of some equipment.


Duluth News Tribune | 09/29/2003 | Louis' Cafe in Duluth linked to salmonella outbreak

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At least 13 people from age 1 to 61 have fallen ill from a salmonella infection since early September, said Larry Sundberg, St. Louis County epidemiologist.Three victims were hospitalized.Additional cases are under investigation.Victims ate at Louis' Cafe, Sundberg said, but public health officials have not confirmed the source of the outbreak.Results from tests of Louis' Cafe and its employees are expected as soon as Wednesday.Sundberg asked anyone who recently dined at the restaurant and is experiencing symptoms of a salmonella infection, including diarrhea, to call Minnesota's Health Department at (877)366-3455.If you're not sick, don't worry, he added.


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