FDA investigating Hepatitis A outbreak linked to strawberries

5/29/2022 11:53:00 PM

There have been 17 cases of Hepatitis A and 12 hospitalizations linked to the strawberries in the U.S.

The FDA is investigating a Hepatitis A outbreak linked to strawberries sold at Walmart, Safeway, Trader Joe's and other major grocery stores.

There have been 17 cases of Hepatitis A and 12 hospitalizations linked to the strawberries in the U.S.

, the FDA said.The FDA said in a statement that the strawberries purchased during that time period could be linked to a Hepatitis outbreak.to Azurity Pharmaceuticals last year for up to $45 million in milestone payments.The FDA said in a statement that the strawberries purchased during that time period could be linked to a Hepatitis outbreak.

Fifteen of the cases came from California, while the other two came from Minnesota and North Dakota.The FDA, along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Canadian health agencies, is investigating fresh organic strawberries from the brands FreshKampo and HEB that were purchased between March 5 and April 25.Currently, the affected products are past shelf life.While the items are past their shelf life at this point, the FDA said people who purchased the strawberries between March 5 and April 25 and froze them for later should not eat them.It helps stabilize electrical activity inside the brain and makes it harder for certain neurons to get stimulated, thus preventing seizures.Background: Hepatitis A, a contagious virus that can cause liver disease, often comes from eating or drinking contaminated food or water, according to the FDA.The products were sold at the following locations: Stay informed during the severe weather season with our local news and weather app.It can also be spread through close contact with someone who is infected.Download NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth for.

Typically, people with hepatitis A infections recover within one to two weeks, although it can become chronic in rare cases.In 2020, the FDA declined to approve the use of the drug, citing the need for an additional study to show that patients can prepare and administer the oral suspension safely and effectively.Axios on facebook.

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