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Measuring the Effectiveness of Water Treatment Programs : Lantagne focusing on developing countries [Women to Watch]

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Measuring the Effectiveness of Water Treatment Programs : Lantagne focusing on developing countries [Women to Watch]

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Within the mid-nineteenth century, British doctor John Snow went against popular theory (the miasma theory, as it had been known as) when he deduced a affiliation between a London cholera epidemic and contaminated water. Snow had gone door to door mapping the outbreak until he finally narrowed the source to a well pump on London?s Broad Street. The handle was removed from the well pump, and these days, if not then, that action is credited by some as ending the epidemic.


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