Toxicology has become almost a household word. Stimulated by man’s concern with health in general and the problems associated with staying healthy, toxicology has become a very popular and paramount science in the last decade. Air and water pollution, drugs and alcohol, carcinogens and many other problems are responsible for the prominence of toxicology.
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