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Drugs on Tap
By Marcie Lapointe

Marcie LapointeHi, my name is Marcie Lapointe. I am a freshman enrolled in the College of Education and Human Development. I do not have a declared major at this point. I chose the topic of pharmaceutical water pollution for my digital story. Pharmaceutical water pollution relates to the process of how medications get into our fresh-waterways and are having negative affects on the wildlife and could pose potential risks for humans. Hope you enjoy my story!

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