Mycobacterium Infections Traced to NY Fish Markets
March 7, 2014
Boston.com: A rare skin infection has been traced to raw seafood purchased at fish markets in New York City’s 3 large Chinese neighborhoods, city health officials said Wednesday [March 5].
There have been 30 reported cases of infection caused by a bacterium called Mycobacterium marinum, according to the city Health Department.
Read more about the mycobacterium infection traced to New York fish markets.