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Looking into the records of soldiers affected by mustard gas, two doctors at Yale University, Louis Goodman and Alfred Gilman, noticed that many were short of white blood cells.
His task was to develop poison gases—first mustard gas, then an even nastier brew called lewisite.
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: a poison gas used as a weapon in a war
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