CHICAGO -- Illinois state health authorities are continuing to track a large-scale outbreak of foodborne illness here that has sickened at least 39 people since July 1, and most recently led local retailer Dominick's Finer Foods to recall meat implicated in the outbreak. The recall by Dominick's followed an Illinois Department of Public Health finding that a frozen sample of ground beef -- believed to have been purchased July 12 at a local Glenview Dominick's -- tested positive for E. coli ...

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