Arsenic and mercury intoxication due to Indian ethnic remedies.

  title={Arsenic and mercury intoxication due to Indian ethnic remedies.},
  author={J. Kew and C. Morris and A. Aihie and R. Fysh and S. Jones and D. Brooks},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  pages={506 - 507}
  • J. Kew, C. Morris, +3 authors D. Brooks
  • Published 1993
  • Medicine
  • British Medical Journal
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