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Poll: Did the salmonella outbreak cause you to stop eating sushi?

Many people were infected after eating

Many people were infected after eating "spicy tuna" sushi, the FDA said. The yellowfin may also be used in making ceviche, sashimi and other raw fish dishes, the agency said. (April 4, 2012) Photo Credit: AP

New York has the most cases in an outbreak of salmonella poisoning from raw yellowfin tuna, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned Friday as it announced a voluntary recall.

Of the 116 reported salmonella cases, New York has 24 incidents among 20 states and the District of Columbia, the FDA said.

Will the outbreak of salmonella poisoning from raw yellowfin tuna make you stop eating sushi?

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