US public health pioneer wins Stockholm Water Prize

Agence France-Presse: US public health expert Rita Colwell on Monday won the Stockholm Water Prize for her contributions to solving water-related public health problems like cholera, the jury said. Colwell, 76, received the award for her "numerous seminal contributions towards solving the world's water and water-related public health problems," the jury of the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) said. Her work, especially on preventing the spread of cholera, "has established the basis for ......

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