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By Sabine Vollmer The News & Observer (Raleigh, North Carolina) Copyright 2006 The News and Observer
More than 20,000 fires in private homes create a risk of cyanide poisoning every year, but emergency medical workers have no antidote that they can carry on ambulances.
A Durham drug development company is hoping to change that.
Drug would combat cyanide poisoning risk at house fires