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A Toxics-Free Future

Mercury Elimination

(Yaoundé) A l’occasion de la célébration de la seconde édition de la Journée pour une dentisterie sans mercure en Afrique, le Centre de Recherche et d’Education pour le Développement (CREPD) se joint à la société civile à travers le continent pour dévoiler un plan sur la façon dont l'Afrique peut passer à une dentisterie non polluante et non toxique.

IPENer Ram Charitra Sah, Executive Director of the Center for Public Health and Environmental Development (CEPHED), presented a paper entitled "Bio Monitoring of Mercury Contamination in Human Body and Policy Influence in Nepal" at the First National Summit of Health and Population Scientists in Nepal, which took place in April in Kathmandu. The paper relates to CEPHED's extensive work on mercury issues, especially bio-monitoring and policy initiatives, and was chosen as "Best Paper" among the 70 scientific papers presented at the summit.

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