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Parvum in municipal water supplies is of particular concern, and the CDC has convened a task force to recommend appropriate responses (15). Outbreaks may be difficult to recognize because the affected patients are seen by numerous health care providers, with no single provider seeing enough cases to suspect an outbreak. Those laboratories that serve large and diverse patient populations are uniquely positioned to recognize outbreaks of diarrhea1 disease. When a laboratory detects a significant increase in the number of specimens positive for G.