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Cadmium, lead and endometriosis.

Bibliographic reference Heilier, Jean-François ; Donnez, Olivier ; Donnez, Jacques ; Verougstraete, Violaine ; Grandjean, F ; et. al. Cadmium, lead and endometriosis.. In: International archives of occupational and environmental health, Vol. 80, no. 2, p. 149-53 (2006)
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