Bethany Pellegrino

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Ethylene glycol is a common household substance responsible for a large number of ingestions in the U.S. each year. In 2001, nearly 5,000 ethylene glycol exposures were reported with more than 1,600 patients requiring medical treatment. There were 16 deaths attributed to ethylene glycol in 2001, second only to ethanol overdose for lethal ingestions.(More)
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