I called lab after lab and I cannot find one that tests the water for h pylory.
Probably because the route of transmission in the bacteria is still unknown and 2/3 of the world is already infected with it. It is so common that running a test for it really is not necessary.
I guess people don't care if their water has it since they don't know what it can do to you.
It isn't that people don't care it is that most never have any problems with the bacteria. The few that do are well treated with a two week course of antibiotics.
I found this statement at a very good website:
"How do people get infected with H. pylori?
It is not known how H. pylori is transmitted or why some patients become symptomatic while others do not. The bacteria are most likely spread from person to person through fecal-oral or oral-oral routes. Possible environmental reservoirs include contaminated water sources.
What can people do to prevent H. pylori infection?
Since the source of H. pylori is not yet known, recommendations for avoiding infection have not been made. "
As the statement indicates POSSIBLE sources are contaminated water but the most common probable cause is person to person transmission. As yet the way it happens in unknown and since there is no known way to prevent infection, this makes prevailing in a lawsuit virtually impossible.
You might want to check out this web page on the bacteria:
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