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Last Posted: Nov 30, 2022
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CDC planning wastewater testing for polio in select communities
CDC, November 30, 2022
Wastewater Testing and Detection of Poliovirus Type 2 Genetically Linked to Virus Isolated from a Paralytic Polio Case — New York, March 9–October 11, 2022
AB Ryerson et al, MMWR, October 29, 2022
Wastewater Surveillance for Infectious Disease: A Systematic Review. External Web Site Icon
Kilaru Pruthvi et al. American journal of epidemiology 2022
United States confirmed as country with circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus
CDC, September 13, 2022
Tracking viruses can be tricky. Sewage provides a solution. (All you have to do is flush.) External Web Site Icon
A Aufrichtig et al, NY Times, August 17, 2022
Public Health Response to a Case of Paralytic Poliomyelitis in an Unvaccinated Person and Detection of Poliovirus in Wastewater — New York, June–August 2022
RL Gellis et al, MMWR August 16, 2022
Association of High Tumor Mutation Burden in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancers With Increased Immune Infiltration and Improved Clinical Outcomes of PD-L1 Blockade Across PD-L1 Expression Levels. External Web Site Icon
Ricciuti Biagio et al. JAMA oncology 2022
COVID-19: endemic doesn’t mean harmless External Web Site Icon
A Katzourakis, Nature, January 24, 2022
The myriad ways sewage surveillance is helping fight COVID around the world External Web Site Icon
F Kreier et al, Nature News, May 10, 2021
From the Wastewater Drain, Solid Pandemic Data- The coronavirus could turn sewage surveillance into a mainstream public health practice. External Web Site Icon
A Anthes, NY Times, May 7, 2021


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