Diarrheal disease on cruise ships, 1990-2000: the impact of environmental health programs.

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BACKGROUND In 1975, the then-Center for Disease Control (CDC) established the Vessel Sanitation Program (VSP) to minimize the risk for diarrheal disease among passengers and crew aboard ships by assisting the cruise ship industry in developing and implementing comprehensive environmental health programs. OBJECTIVES To evaluate the relationship between… (More)

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@article{Cramer2003DiarrhealDO, title={Diarrheal disease on cruise ships, 1990-2000: the impact of environmental health programs.}, author={Elaine H. Cramer and David Xianfeng Gu and Randy E Durbin}, journal={American journal of preventive medicine}, year={2003}, volume={24 3}, pages={227-33} }