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Humans experiencing increased exposure to aluminium and its predicted to get worse

Aluminium - the most abundant metal and third most abundant element of the Earth?s crust - has no known biological function and is a recognized environmental toxin. Human exposure to aluminium is implicated in a number of chronic diseases, including bone disease, auto-immune conditions, cancer and neurodegenerative diseases.
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