Secko, David
October 2005
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/25/2005, Vol. 173 Issue 9, p1023
Academic Journal
Presents the results of studies on the link between environmental toxins and Parkinson's disease and melanoma. Support for the hypothesis on the role of exposure to environmental toxins in the etiology of Parkinson's disease; Reason for the fact that melanoma is adept at metastasizing.


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