A vital voice against mercury dental amalgam was raised through a global workshop held in CRI Center Bangkok, Thailand. The workshop was coordinated by UN Environment and World Alliance for Mercury-Free Dentistry.
A total of 25 countries called for the world to act on Mercury Amalgam, said an Environment and Social Development Organization (ESDO) press release yesterday.
The two-day-long workshop was segmented into different sections while the first day program was scheduled with the introduction of the distinguished guests, welcoming remarks and overview of the Minamata Convention provisions.
Prof Dr Humayun Kabir Bulbul, Secretary General, Bangladesh dental Society; Siddika Sultana, Executive Director, ESDO participated in the workshop from Bangladesh.
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