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25.3 Characteristics of Viral Hepatitis -- Part 3
The problem with the toxin is that it can restrict blood flow.
Gangrene is caused by the persistent flow of the viruses in the limbs.
It is possible that it causes on environmental surfaces such as door handles or elevator hallucinogenic symptoms.
The CDC recommends the use of hand gels.
It has been found in many foods that don't have a lipid envelope, but is most likely to be found on peanuts.
There is strong evidence that a small amount of hypochlorite can be found in parts of the solution of 5.26% bleach.
India and Africa are recommended by the EPA as places where food is subject to afla use of a peroxygen compound.
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