Milwaukee Public Library Lecture – Cryptosporidium


When Cryptosporidium Struck Milwaukee
Saturday, April 7, 2-3 pm
Centennial Hall, Loos Room
733 N. Eighth St.

In 1993, Cryptosporidium sickened more than 400,000 people in the Milwaukee area. Stores ran out of anti-diarrheal medications and bottled water.

Former Health Commissioner Paul Nannis recalls how Milwaukee successfully met the challenge of overcoming the worst waterborne disease outbreak in U.S. public health history.

Seating is limited. Registration is required by calling 414.286.3011 or online at

Street parking is free on Saturday, but time limits apply.

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