Health officials link illness to water park
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) -- Minnesota health officials have linked a parasitic disease to a Duluth water park.
Department of Health epidemiologist Trisha Robinson says several cases of cryptosporidium have been confirmed in Minnesota and Wisconsin and a half dozen more are suspected. Robinson says for every confirmed case, there are dozens of others that aren't reported.
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