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M. Cabada, B. (2011).  Cryptosporidiosis. Drugs, Diseases & Procedures: Cryptosporidiosis. 12, 1-23.
Calderone, NW. (2012).  Insect pollinated crops, insect pollinators and US agriculture: trend analysis of aggregate data for the period 1992-2009.
Cameron, M. A. (2007).  Evaluation of TaqMan real-time PCR for the detection of viable Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in environmental water samples.
CAMRA, (2011).  Fomites.
Public Health Agency of Canada (2010).  Vibrio cholera: Pathogen safety data sheet – infectious substances.
Canter, D. A., Gunning D., Rodgers P., O'connor L., Traunero C., & Kempter C. J. (2005).  Remediation of Bacillus anthracis contamination in the US Department of Justice mail facility. Biosecurity and bioterrorism: biodefense strategy, practice, and science. 3, 119–127.
Carrieri, M. P., Tissot-Dupont H., Rey D., Brousse P., Renard H., Obadia Y., et al. (2002).  Investigation of a slaughterhouse-related outbreak of Q fever in the French Alps. European Journal of Clincal Microbiology & Infectious Disease. 21,
Casanova, LM., & Gerba CP. (2001).  Chemical and microbial characterization of household graywater.
Cash, R.. A., Music S.. I., Libonati J.. P., Snyder M.. J., Wenzel R.. P., & Hornick R.. B. (1974).  Response of Man to Infection with Vibrio cholerae. I. Clinical, Serologic, and Bacteriologic Responses to a Known Inoculum. The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 129, 1.
Cash, R. A., Music S. I., Libonati J. P., Snyder M. J., Wenzel R. P., & Hornick R. B. (1974).  Response of man to infection with Vibrio cholerae. I. Clinical, serologic, and bacteriologic responses to a known inoculum. The Jounral of Infectious Disease. 129(1), 
CDC), C. for Diseas (2012).  Haiti cholera outbreak: Defeating cholera: Clinical presentation and management for Haiti cholera outbreak.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2013).  Salmonella.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2012).  E. coli (Escherichia coli) General Information. Atlanta, GA: 2012.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2014).  General Information: E. coli.
CDC), C. for Diseas (0).  Cholera – Vibrio cholera infection: Diagnosis and detection.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2013).  Enteroviruses.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2013).  Burden of Norovirus Illness in the U.S..
CDC), C. for Diseas (2013).  Surveillance for waterborne disease outbreaks associated with drinking water and other nonrecreational water-United States, 2009-2010.. MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report. 62, 714.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2016).  Infectious Diseases Related to Travel.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2012).  Preventing Norovirus Infection.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2013).  Burden of Foodborne Illness: Findings.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2012).  Listeria (Listeriosis).
CDC), C. for Diseas (2013).  Cholera – Vibrio cholera infection: Illness and symptoms.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2013).  An Atlas of Salmonella in the United States.
CDC), C. for Diseas (2013).  Parasites - Ascaris.