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Old 12-11-2007, 12:06 AM   #1
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Somethin seriously stinks about this!

John Badwey, a biochemist at Harvard Medical School who specialized in infectious diseases, died on July 21, 2004, aged 54. He had suddenly developed unusual pneumonia-like symptoms, and then died within two weeks. He had been opposing a program to dispose of sewage in which there was a serious risk of exposing humans to sludge.
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John Badwey, a biochemist at Harvard Medical School who specialized in infectious diseases, died on July 21, 2004, aged 54. He had suddenly developed unusual pneumonia-like symptoms, and then died within two weeks. He had been opposing a program to dispose of sewage in which there was a serious risk of exposing humans to sludge.
I so some subcontract work at the local Biomedical Research Center. They have all sorts of air filters on the rooftop, but it still stinks up there. I get a cold nearly everytime I go up there, but I'm still alive so I guess I'm just getting windblown. But if I ever do drop dead, you folks will know why....
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