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14th January 2018
Unfortunately, we are sad to announce that after 20 years in existence, HUSH has ceased. We would like to thank everyone for their help and support..... read article
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13th July 2006

Hayes Primary School in Kent was closed on 30th June after a number of pupils tested positive for E.coli O157. To date there has been a total of 39 confirmed cases.  Two cases&nb.... read
31st May 2006

A butcher shop in the village of Law has closed voluntarily to allow testing to take place after 3 cases of E.coli O157 were identified. Law is situated approximately 2 miles from Wishaw - scene of.... read
16th May 2006

Testing of 43 nursery and reception pupils at St Illtyd's RC Primary School in Merthyr Tydfil has been going on since last week, when a babywas hospitalised with E.coli.  Pupils have been told.... read
16th May 2006

Two children are being treated at the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital for E.coli O157 after a second Scottish nursery was hit by the bacterium. The children both attend Dreams Daycare Nu.... read
16th May 2006

There now appears to be 13 cases of E.coli O157 linked to the Careshare Nursery at Lauder College in Dunfermline. .... read
18th April 2006

Since the middle of February there have been 16 recorded cases of E.coli O103 with one fatality.  Norway's Food Safety Authority has been trying to find the source of the outbreak and days aft.... read
18th April 2006

Health Protection Scotland (HPS) established population based enhanced surveillance of E.coli O157 in 1999, to identify trends and changes in the epidemiology and outcome of infection on a national sc.... read
14th March 2006

The HUSH AGM will take place at 1.30 pm on Saturday 25th March 2006 at Guy's Thatched Hamlet in Bilsborrow, near Garstang, Preston. This informal get-together gives sufferers, their familie.... read
16th November 2005

The Welsh Assembly cross-party committee responsible for setting up an inquiry into the E.coli outbreak has nominated Professor Hugh Pennington from Aberdeen University as Chairman. Pr.... read
16th November 2005

The Puffins Nursery in Brecon has been closed over the weekend and St David's Church in Wales Primary in Colwinston was closing Monday and Tuesday following further cases of E.coli O157. .... read
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