"An association between maternal lead and cadmium levels and birth weight of the babies in North Indian population"
written by Divya Dwivedi, Madhu Jain, Shuchi Jain,
published by Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vol.3 No.3, 2013
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