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Emergency toxicology: Timely antidotes and giving poisoned organs a second life

  • Sophie Gosselin
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Correspondence to: Dr. Sophie Gosselin, McGill University Health Centre–Emergency Medicine & Medical Toxicology Service, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Email: sophie.gosselin@mcgill.ca

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Emergency toxicology: Timely antidotes and giving poisoned organs a second life

  • Sophie Gosselin
  • Please note a correction has been issued for this article.

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