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Recall that only since Milwaukee 1997 has the urgency of water pollution become a major social threat. The research demanded has not been done, especially on local levels. The clinical realities of these diarrheas are poorly known and diagnosed.

What you need in your community now and in the near future has not really been diagnosed. Still you should have an informed voice in planning water supply and drainage, including recycling.

More infections involve poorer shorter lives. Clearly, a certain price is paid for every infection. The real worldwide problem is rural poverty, most often tropical, in an industrialized world. Population control by infections is giving way to family planning, however slowly. Even our water supply is precarious in this brave new world. Much that is left undone leaves us in a position of uncertainty.