An estimate of the cost of acute health effects from food- and water-borne marine pathogens and toxins in the USA.

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Large and growing segments of the United States population consume seafood or engage in marine recreation. These activities provide significant benefits but also bring risk of exposure to marine-borne illness. To manage these risks, it is important to understand the incidence and cost of marine-borne disease. We review the literature and surveillance… (More)
DOI: 10.2166/wh.2011.157

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