Published in Health Risk Factor Week, July 29th, 2008
"Why is Georgia disproportionately affected by this potentially fatal disease' I argue that unraveling the origins of hyperendemic botulism requires a new understanding of the state, one that sees it not only as an ensemble of actors, ideas, and objects but also as a phenomenon that creates discontiguous and variegated spaces," wrote E.C. Dunn and colleagues, University of Colorado.
The researchers concluded: "I trace the economic origins of botulism in Georgia to the organization of...
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