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Larry Sundberg

District Epidemiology Manager

Pennsylvania Department of Health

Pennsylvania Department of Health

Background Information

Employment History

Epidemiologist
St. Louis County Department of Health

Affiliations

Director
St. Louis County Department of Health

Education

M.B.A.

M.P.H.

Web References (33 Total References)


KDLH | Tuberculosis Fears

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Nevertheless, Larry Sundberg, Director of the St. Louis County Health Department, says "Those people that need to be tested, we'll be sending out letters to on Monday and Tuesday -- basically informing them of the exposure and then arranging to get them tested to see if they have been infected."

Tuberculosis symptoms can include fever, night sweats, weight loss, and even a bloody cough.It can also affect the lungs and lead to pneumonia.But tuberculosis can often be treated with a combination of antibiotics.
The name of the infected doctor has not been released due to privacy issues.SMDC has already tested employees and staff that have contact with the doctor on a daily basis.


Pennsylvania Public Health Association

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Larry B. Sundberg, M.B.A., M.P.H.

District Epidemiology Manager
Pennsylvania Department of Health


The Daily Tribune - Hibbing, Minnesota

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Larry Sundberg, epidemiologist with St. Louis County, said the goal of the investigation is to identify the cause, what the disease is, and to be able to take preventative measures.

The food at the tournament, according to Sundberg, was deli trays set out about 10:30 a.m.The trays were replenished throughout the day with food that had been refrigerated.
"It's still going to take a couple days to determine the cause," Sundberg said.
The County Department of Health has split the calling duties between them and Minnesota Department of Health.


Budgeteer News - Duluth, Minnesota

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"The more feces you have going in the water, the more danger you are going to be in," said Larry Sundberg with the St. Louis County Public Health Department.


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.

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