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How do I manage my poisoning on a daily basis?

Poisonings are usually an isolated occurrence, so they rarely need to be managed on a daily basis. In some cases, however, prolonged exposure or severe poisoning may lead to long-term damage. In those instances, the liver, kidney, or brain may become damaged and require long-term care. An organ transplant may be needed.

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