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Danny Burstein, EMT-P (retired) for New York City, spent a decade responding to 911 calls in Harlem. Based on that experience he filed a whistle-blower suit that led the city to change its Medicare billing practices.
November 03, 2014
Other parts of the world scrutinize public sewage to look for disease markers. But not the US. In Israel, public health authorities recently found some lethal pathogens. With concern about Ebola so high, isn't this a good time to think about using this simple, non-invasive way to monitor threats from infectious organisms?
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