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Hexachlorophene concentrations in human milk

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West, R.W., Wilson, D.J. & Schaffner, W. Hexachlorophene concentrations in human milk. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 13, 167–169 (1975).

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  • Human Milk
  • Nipple
  • Nursing Mother
  • Central Nervous System Toxicity
  • Hexachlorophene