Arsenic exposure and its toxicity

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Review Article

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Shashi Pratap Singh, Shivam Sharma

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Arsenic is a pollutant in the environment, and its poisoning of drinking water is considered a severe global health issue. Chronic arsenic exposure is linked to an increased risk of a variety of diseases, including cardiovascular abnormalities, diabetes mellitus, neurotoxicity, and nephrotoxicity. Furthermore, arsenic exposure has been linked to changes in liver function and the development of hepatotoxicity. Furthermore, only a few studies have shown that persistent exposure to arsenic causes carcinogenesis, particularly cancers of the skin, bladder, and lungs. The current study looks at a variety of processes that play a role in arsenic-induced toxicity and end-organ damage.

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Arsenic, Carcinogenicity, Cardiovascular dysfunction, Diabetes, Hepatotoxicity
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