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A Call for More Testing for Waterborne Diseases

In response to increasing waterborne disease outbreaks, the Global Water Pathogen Project will collect and disseminate information on water-related disease risks and intervention measures.

Water pours into a holding pond inside Rio Grande City’s new $12 million water treatment plant. Along the Texas-Mexico borde…

In response to increasing waterborne disease outbreaks, the Global Water Pathogen Project will collect and disseminate information on water-related disease risks and intervention measures. The project, led by Michigan State University and UNESCO, involves more than 110 experts from 41 nations in the effort to compile updated information on pathogens in sewage and water and the tools available to destroy them. (TIME

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