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May 15, 2009

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Nelson Brown

I have a few questions about "pool pee".
1)what kind of illnesses are related to pool pee?
2)Does the chlorine kill the germs? and if not all of them what germs chlorine dont kill?
3)Has their been any deaths related to "pool pee"?

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