Do poor nations have higher salmonella rates?



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    Yes, although it is hard to find specific statistics. Certain types of salmonella such as typhoid fever occur very rarely in industrialized nations compared to the rest of the world: the CDC estimate that 21 million cases of typhoid occur worldwide each year, resulting in about 200,000 deaths, but only about 400 of these cases per year occur in the US.

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