Little progress on combatting crypto in water

Limited progress has been made over the past five years in identifying effective ways of preventing the spread of the stomach bug cryptosporidium via drinking water, according to an official panel.1 A £3 million research effort has found low levels of the pathogen in surface waters, and attention is now likely to switch to sources such as sewage effluents and abattoir wastes.

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