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From GoLocalWorcester by Julia Steiny, GoLocalWorcester Education Contributor:
During their sophomore year, biology students at William M. Davies Career & Technical Center fan out in teams to swab things all over the school. They're on a quest to address this question: Since schools are breeding grounds for disease, exactly where would you be most likely to find pathogens, the infectious agents also known as germs?
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