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Arsenic and infectious disease: a potential factor in morbidity among Bangladeshi children.

Spivey A - Environ. Health Perspect. (2011)

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More than 50 million people in Bangladesh are believed to be chronically exposed to drinking water with arsenic concentrations exceeding the WHO standard of 10 μg/L.
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f1-ehp-119-a218a: More than 50 million people in Bangladesh are believed to be chronically exposed to drinking water with arsenic concentrations exceeding the WHO standard of 10 μg/L.


Arsenic and infectious disease: a potential factor in morbidity among Bangladeshi children.

Spivey A - Environ. Health Perspect. (2011)

More than 50 million people in Bangladesh are believed to be chronically exposed to drinking water with arsenic concentrations exceeding the WHO standard of 10 μg/L.
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f1-ehp-119-a218a: More than 50 million people in Bangladesh are believed to be chronically exposed to drinking water with arsenic concentrations exceeding the WHO standard of 10 μg/L.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

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