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Breast-feeding Protects against Arsenic Exposure in Bangladeshi Infants

By Britta Fängström, Sophie Moore, Barbro Nermell, Linda Kuenstl, Walter Goessler, Margaretha Grandér, Iqbal Kabir, Brita Palm, Shams El Arifeen and Marie Vahter
Topics: Research
Publisher: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
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