Now in Poland ate something wrong

In Europe, people are dying of hitherto unknown infection. And if the day before, like how figured out where it came from a rare intestinal bacterium "Escherichia coli", that killed more than two dozen Europeans, the evening fell posts: on German farms, to grow soybeans, which was almost christened the main culprit of infection, traces it can be found.

On the search of an invisible killer tells Ian Resurrection.


Isolated cases of a rare infection of the disease has been identified near the Russian border — in Finland and Poland. As can be seen, while the search for the source of an impasse. Today we ask our experts what they think about the vegetable bacteria.

In direct contact with the studio "Fifth" of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Director of the Institute of Nutrition Victor Tutelyan.

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