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Since the incident Canyon has been suffering from headaches, a telltale symptom of exposure to cyanide.
Yes cyanide, the poison that can kill a person in minutes if taken in high-enough doses.
The company does not plan to use cyanide to extract the gold.
After conducting a battery of tests, doctors were stunned to find high levels of cyanide in the man's blood, reports Andrew Masterson for Cosmos.
In 2017, the prospect of life on Titan became even more exciting as the Cassini team discovered a chemical on the large moon, vinyl cyanide, has the physical properties required to form cell membranes.
Poachers in Zimbabwe have used cyanide to kill dozens of elephants for their ivory tusks.
In 1982, a number of mysterious deaths were linked back to Tylenol that had been tampered with and laced with cyanide.
On his drive to KCH as fire engulfed Grenfell Tower in London on June 14th, Dr Tunnicliff told procurement teams to grab kits for cyanide poisoning, since this is caused by inhaling fumes from burnt upholstery.
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