THE MORNING SHOW
Dr. Edo McGowan
Understanding Ebola: It’s Connection to Pollution and Inept Sewer Systems. Should We Be Afraid?
Edo McGowan, PhD (retired/Emeritus): Dr. McGowan has over 40 years’ experience in the development and direction of local, regional, and international programs and policy relating
to health aspects of water quality, vector control, the analyses and disposal of hazardous materials, and the use of water as a vehicle for bioterrorism.
-We asked Edo McGowan “Do we truly know the amount of pollution in our air and water?”
-Ebola is a serious pathogen and contrary to CDC is an issue airborne and it can become an aerosolthrough our sewer systems
-Toxic sludge from sewage systems is being used in farming today
-Reclaimed water is recognized safe for use on certified organic in U.S. and alsoput in waterways and used again as source for drinking water
-Listener asks, “Is there a test for Ebola?”
-Are the hospitals and health departments ready for these kinds of health crises?
-The politics of health in any form simply is not good…world wide
edo mcgowan on ebola, pollution and the politics of health, october 23, 2014