Eating a single grapefruit or drinking as little as 200 millilitres of grapefruit juice can be enough to meaningfully alter the concentration of drugs in a patient's body. Photo: Corbis

Mixing grapefruit and drugs deadlier than ever, researchers say

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Eating a single grapefruit or drinking as little as 200 millilitres of grapefruit juice can be enough to meaningfully alter the concentration of drugs in a patient's body. Photo: Corbis
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