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However one possible explanation is contact with heavy metals, including mercury and lead. Martin Warren of the University of Kent, and his colleagues investigated contact with such metals in an example of the King’s hair. They found a higher concentration of arsenic in the hair sample surprisingly. Then the researchers examined the Royal physician’s medical notes to identify the source of the arsenic, plus they discovered that the main substance administered to the King during his illness was emetic tartar. Emetic tartar contains a material called antimony apparently, which may be contaminated with arsenic, and the authors think that the King’s medicine was the source of the arsenic found in the hair sample.

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