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Acetaminophen-Linked Acute Liver Failure Cases 57% Accidental In Study

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Acetaminophen overdose was considered accidental in more than half of patients whose acute liver failure was connected with the analgesic in a study by George Ostapowicz, MD, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, et al., published in the Dec. 17 Annals of Internal Medicine

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