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The estimated prevalence of exposure to asthmagens in the Australian workforce, 2014 [online]
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BMC pulmonary medicine : 2016, 16
This study provides information about the prevalence of exposure to asthmagens in Australian workplaces which will be useful in setting priorities for control and prevention of occupational asthma.
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