This pathogen is usuall foodborne and causes a mostly asymptomic disease. The most common foods associated with it are deli meats and unpasteurized dairy products. It rarely cause meningitis and spsis. It is mainly of concern because it can lead to still birth. This pathogen is  a) Stahylococcus aureus b) Streptococci pneumoniae c) Listeria monocytogens  d) Streptocpccus pyogenes

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This pathogen is usuall foodborne and causes a mostly asymptomic disease. The most common foods associated with it are deli meats and unpasteurized dairy products. It rarely cause meningitis and spsis. It is mainly of concern because it can lead to still birth. This pathogen is 

a) Stahylococcus aureus

b) Streptococci pneumoniae

c) Listeria monocytogens 

d) Streptocpccus pyogenes

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