Might donating blood reduce blood concentrations of organochlorines, once the body has time to regenerate blood?
Bill Waller Dallas, Texas
Researchers Catherine Pelletier and Angelo Tremblay of Laval University in Quebec City, Quebec, say this question is interesting but that the small quantity of donated blood wouldn’t significantly affect the overall concentration of organochlorines
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