Muir, David C.F.; Kazan-Allen, Laurie; Guidotti, Tee L.; Janigan, David; Ahmad, Dildar; Morgan, William K.C.; Wilson, Richard; Nolan, Robert P.; Domnin, Stanislav G.; Bates, David V.; Landrigan, Philip; Siemiatycki, Jack; Camus, Michel; Ruedy, John; Weir, Erica
October 2001
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/30/2001, Vol. 165 Issue 9, p1189
Academic Journal
Presents letters and correspondence related to medicine. Debate on banning asbestos; Methylmercury poisoning.


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