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‘Using mercury in dental cure a threat to health’

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Speakers at a workshop emphasised the need for imposing a ban on mercury use in dental treatment, considering its injurious impact on health and environment.    

They said using mercury or silver to fill tooth decay is posing a serious threat to the human health and the environment.   Department of Environment (DoE) and Environment and Social Development Organization (ESDO) jointly organised the awareness and consultation workshop titled ‘Harmful Effects of Mercury Amalgam on Health and Environment at the DoE auditorium in the capital on Tuesday. 

Chairperson of ESDO Syed Marghub Murshed, also 

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