Examining Exposure to Fecal Contamination in Low-Income Urban Environments: Findings from SaniPath Exposure Assessments in Seven Cities - SaniPath
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Examining Exposure to Fecal Contamination in Low-Income Urban Environments: Findings from SaniPath Exposure Assessments in Seven Cities

CL Moe

University of Florida Emerging Pathogens Institute Seminar Series

Dr. Christine Moe presented at the University of Florida as part of The Emerging Pathogens Institute Seminar Series. Dr. Moe shared findings from SaniPath Exposure Assessments conducted in seven cities around the world. Comparisons of results from assessments in different settings allows for trends in exposure, both regionally and globally, to be explored to highlight routes of exposure to fecal contamination that are of increased importance. Produce, Open Drains, and Flood water are commonly observed to be dominant pathways of exposure for adults and children across study sites.

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