Medical Toxicology pp 12-19
Medical Toxicology — Clinical aspects
In a recent review, Dayan (1989) has written, “As so much toxicological work involves decisions about human health, as well as sophisticated laboratory and animal experimentation of types common to all biomedical sciences, it might be expected that many toxicologists would be physicians.” However, Dayan’s survey of the membership of the British Toxicology Society indicates that only 1–2% of members are medically qualified.
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