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Acetaminophen toxicity revisited in JAMA; further study of risk factors urged by researchers.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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ACETAMINOPHEN TOXICITY STUDY REVISITED IN JAMA: "further investigation" is needed to determine the "relative magnitude of risk contributed by each factor" associated with acetaminophen toxicity, David Whitcomb, MD/PhD, and Geoffrey Block, MD/MPH, University of Pittsburgh, said in the July 26 Journal of the American Medical Association. Whitcomb and Block's comments to letters responded to the editor regarding a study they authored in the Dec. 21, 1994 JAMA on the association of acetaminophen toxicity with fasting and ethanol use ("The Tan Sheet" Jan. 2, pp. 10-11).
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