Published in Hepatitis Weekly, October 30th, 2000
Germander, which caused similar cases of hepatitis in Canada, has reportedly been banned in France.
Scientists who studied the patients in France found that the metabolic influences of a substance called teucrin A (TA) was responsible for the hepatotoxicity demonstrated in the cytolytic hepatitis patients. TA was said to influence the activity of...
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