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Pharmaceuticals retain potential to cause damage in aquatic environments

(University of Plymouth) More sophisticated methods may be required to assess the accumulation and wider impact of human and veterinary pharmaceuticals within the aquatic environment, scientists have said following a research project led by the University of Plymouth.
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More sophisticated methods may be required to assess the accumulation and wider impact of human and veterinary pharmaceuticals within the aquatic environment, scientists have said.

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