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Crime and Science Radio - The infancy of Toxicology

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The Infancy of Toxicology: Interview with Deborah Blum, Author of The Poisoner's Handbook


Join DP Lyle and Deborah Blum, author of the critically acclaimed book THE POISONER’S HANDBOOK as they discuss the poisons, old and new, and the origins of forensic toxicology. Meet the Charles Norris, New York City’s first ME and Alexander Gettler. The Father of Forensic Toxicology and walk with them through this Jazz Age and the birth of forensic toxicology. Learn about poisons such as carbon monoxide, chloroform, arsenic, thallium, and many others.


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