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Arsenic in Bangladesh - Part 1

Naturally occurring arsenic contaminates millions of drinking water wells in Bangladesh. The problem has been called the largest mass poisoning of a population in history. Researchers from Columbia University have been working for two decades to find out how it affects people's health, and what can be done about it. First of two videos.

This video consists of multiple parts:

Channels: Water

Tags: Bangladesh  

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