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EPA Ground Water & Drinking Water > Safe Drinking Water - Guidance for people with severely weakened immune systems
Cryptosporidiosis. To be effective, the guidance must be followed consistently for all water used for drinking or for mixing beverages. During outbreaks of waterborne Cryptosporidiosis, studies have ... or filter can meet the above criteria. FURTHER INFORMATION: When an outbreak of waterborne Cryptosporidiosis is recognized and is determined to be on-going, officials of the ...
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Water Quality Information Center: Water Quality -- Cryptosporidium parvum and Cattle
Irish Vet. J. 44: 2-7 Current WL and Garcia LS. 1991. Cryptosporidiosis. Clin. Microb. Rev. 4: 325-58. Dubey JP, et al, eds. 1990. "Cryptosporidiosis ... :172. Smith HV and Rose JB. 1990. Waterborne cryptosporidiosis. Parasit Today. 6: 8-12. Smith HV, et al. 1989. An outbreak of waterborne cryptosporidiosis caused by posttreatment contamination. Epidemiol. Infect 103: ...
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Ecological Engineering Group
An outbreak of cryptosporidiosis in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, claimed 104 lives and infected more than 400,000 people, making it the largest recorded outbreak of waterborne disease in the United States ...
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Cryptosporidium in water supplies
The parasite is transmitted in an encysted form known as an oocyst. At the present time there is nothing to treat cryptosporidiosis other than the body's defence systems. Cryptosporidiosis ... also capable of infecting some animals, and vice versa. Cryptosporidium is frequently waterborne in natural waters and infections have occurred from drinking contaminated water supplies. ...
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Water Quality Information Center: Water Quality -- Cryptosporidium
Water Quality / Cryptosporidium Cryptosporidium and Cryptosporidiosis USDA. National Agricultural Library. Searches for article citations in the NAL catalog (AGRICOLA) on Cryptosporidium and cryptosporidiosis from 2000 to the present ... and Prevention. A dispatch from the CDC with many references. Cryptosporidium: A Waterborne Pathogen (PDF | 170 KB) Cornell University. A fact sheet in question and ...
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News release: Health officials remind Minnesotans to practice healthy swimming behaviors this summer
Minnesota. The parasite Cryptosporidium, one of the most common waterborne disease agents, is a chlorine-resistant parasite that can survive and be transmitted even ... of 302 cases of Cryptosporidium were reported to MDH. Three swimming pool outbreaks of cryptosporidiosis occurred in 2007. For more information about Healthy Swimming, see the Centers for Disease ...
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