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Rich French food may have killed Napoleon

August 23, 2018
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New evidence shows Napoleon Bonaparte died not from arsenic poisoning but stomach cancer possibly brought on by a rich diet A scientific study has cleared the British of murdering Bonaparte decla (ABC News — 18 January, 2007)
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Putting to rest a 200-year-old mystery, scientists say Napoleon Bonaparte died from an advanced case of gastric cancer and not arsenic poisoning as some had speculated. (MSNBC — 18 January, 2007)
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Blog: European history was altered by a bacterial infection in someone’s stomach, according to a report from the University of Texas… (CNET News.com — 18 January, 2007)
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