Hepatitis after the use of germander, a herbal remedy

Laliberté, Lyne; Villeneuve, Jean-Pierre; Laliberté, L; Villeneuve, J P
June 1996
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/1/1996, Vol. 154 Issue 11, p1689
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