How Eating Raw Oysters Can Pose Health Risks for Some

March 8, 2019

Vicki Bergquist and her wife, Jeanette LeBlanc, were visiting friends and family in Louisiana when they tucked into a bag of raw oysters. Twenty-four hours later, LeBlanc was seriously ill and could hardly get air into her lungs. As it turned out, doctors say LeBlanc had contracted vibrio, a potentially deadly form of flesh-eating bacteria that can be caused by eating undercooked seafood like oysters.

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