New York Times Examines ‘Quiet Revolution’ In Childhood Diarrhea Diagnosis, Treatment
New York Times: A Quiet Revolution in the Treatment of Childhood Diarrhea
“Far from the world’s fears about Ebola and MERS, a quiet revolution is taking place in the diagnosis of a disease much more prosaic but far more threatening: childhood diarrhea. After pneumonia, diarrhea is the deadliest threat to infants worldwide, killing about 700,000 every year…” (McNeil, 8/10).
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