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Maple Lawn Dairy Hepatitis A Outbreak

On November 6, 2004, the Chemung County Health Department issued a hepatitis A news release announcing that four persons had confirmed hepatitis A infections which were traceable to the Maple Lawn Dairy Family Restaurant. The Health Department linked the outbreak to a Maple Lawn Dairy restaurant employee who was diagnosed with the Hepatitis A virus, and was working at the restaurant while infectious.

Marler Clark represented the family of an Elmira resident who became ill with hepatitis A after eating at the Maple Lawn Dairy, suffered acute liver failure, and died after several months in the hospital.

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