Arsenic and cancer: the still unanswered question.

Abstract

For some 2,500 years, arsenic was considered an important element of pharmacopeias and was praised for its medicinal qualities. However, an incidental link with cancer was suggested during the nineteenth century, and since that time a controversy has ensued with regard to the compound's tumorigenicity. Several epidemiological surveys, for example, have… (More)

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