Research Shows Low Arsenic Concentrations in Drinking Water Lead to Higher Risks for Skin Lesions

Read the full story in Water & Wastes Digest.

Researchers found that populations exposed to well water with arsenic concentrations as low as 50 micrograms per liter are at risk for skin lesions.

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