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February 4th, 2004

Treatment could remove toxins in blood before damage occurs

Abstract:
Nuclear engineer Michael Kaminski and neurologist Axel Rosengart are the first to admit their system for detoxifying contaminated blood is still getting its legs. Yet they expect it will be not only a front-runner for treating soldiers or civilians exposed to threats such as anthrax, but it may even be a triple-crown winner.

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