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05/28/2009

Philadelphia Inquirer: Finally, something good about E. coli

Tom Avril writes in the May 28, 2009, Philadelphia Inquirer: Escherichia coli gets a bad rap for making people violently ill, even though most strains are perfectly harmless. You could say it's a bug in need of a good press agent. Or a biologist such as Jennifer R. Anthony, at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Read Story

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