Cryptosporidiosis: A Recreational Water Threat That Hasn’t Gone Away

An article written by Bruce Clark for the Journal of Environmental Health that focuses on recreational water safety and the Cryptosporidiosis outbreak at the Seneca Lake State Park spraypark in 2005. He writes, "Given the poor public recognition of crypto symptoms, the likelihood that an infected person will be promptly diagnosed and will avoid behavior that could lead to transmission of the parasite is low". Thus, Cryptosporidiosis deserves significant consideration in the operation of any spray or water park.

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