DETROIT FREE PRESS – EXPERTS SEE PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS IN DETROIT WATER SHUTOFFS

“A preliminary study conducted by researchers at the Henry Ford Global Health Initiative found that patients who live on blocks that experienced water shutoffs were 1.55 times more likely to be diagnosed with a water-associated illness.


The study was the subject of a news conference Wednesday at Wayne State University’s Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights. However, while panel included academics and physicians from across the country, Henry Ford doctors were noticeably absent…”


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