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No Abstract Available for Respiratory survey of workers in a pulp and paper mill in Powell River, British Colombia ChanYeung M, Wong R, MacLean L, Tan F, Dorken E, Schulzer M, Dennis R, Grzybowski S, Respiratory survey of workers in a pulp and paper mill in Powell River, British Colombia, Am Rev Respir Dis, 1980;122:249-257,
Moira Chan-Yeung, University of Hong Kong, an author of 'Respiratory survey of workers in a pulp and paper mill in Powell River, British Colombia'

No Abstract Available for Nonspecific bronchial reactivity in occupation asthma Lam S, Wong R, ChanYeung M, Nonspecific bronchial reactivity in occupation asthma, J Allergy Clin Immunol, 1979;63:28-34,
Moira Chan-Yeung, University of Hong Kong, an author of 'Nonspecific bronchial reactivity in occupation asthma'

No Abstract Available for Asthma due to African Zebrawood (Microberlinia) dust Bush RK, Yunginger JW, Reed CE, Asthma due to African Zebrawood (Microberlinia) dust, Am Rev Respir Dis, 1978;117:601-603,

No Abstract Available for A respiratory survey of cedar mill workers Ashley MJ, Corey P, ChanYeung M, MacLean L, Maledy H, Grzybowski S, A respiratory survey of cedar mill workers, J Occup Med, 1978;5:328-332,
Moira Chan-Yeung, University of Hong Kong, an author of 'A respiratory survey of cedar mill workers'

No Abstract Available for Fate of occupational asthma. A follow-up study of patients with occupational asthma due to Western Red Cesar (Thuja plicata) ChanYeung M, Fate of occupational asthma. A follow-up study of patients with occupational asthma due to Western Red Cesar (Thuja plicata), Am Rev Respir Dis, 1977;116:1023-1029,
Moira Chan-Yeung, University of Hong Kong, an author of 'Fate of occupational asthma. A follow-up study of patients with occupational asthma due to Western Red Cesar (Thuja plicata)'

No Abstract Available for Wood dust hypersensitivity Booth BH, LeFoldt RH, Moffitt EM, Wood dust hypersensitivity, J Allergy Clin Immunol, 1976;57:352-357,

No Abstract Available for Pulmonary hypersensitivity to ramin (Gonystylus bancanus) Howie AD, Boyd G, Moran F, Pulmonary hypersensitivity to ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), Thorax, 1976;31:585-587,

No Abstract Available for A study of Western red cedar induced asthma Mue S, Ise T, Ono Y, Akasaka K, A study of Western red cedar induced asthma, Ann Allergy, 1975;34:296-304,

No Abstract Available for Bronchial provocation tests in etiologic diagnosis and analysis of asthma Pepys J, Hutchcroft BJ, Bronchial provocation tests in etiologic diagnosis and analysis of asthma, Am Rev Respir Dis, 1975;112:829-859,
Jack Pepys, Royal Brompton Hospital, an author of 'Bronchial provocation tests in etiologic diagnosis and analysis of asthma'

No Abstract Available for Hypersensitivity studies in Popple (Aspen tree) peelers Thiede WH, Banaszak EF, Fink JN, Unger GF, Scanlon GT, Hypersensitivity studies in Popple (Aspen tree) peelers, Chest, 1975;67:405-407,

No Abstract Available for Respiratory allergy to exotic wood dust Eaton KK, Respiratory allergy to exotic wood dust, Clin Allergy, 1973;3:307-310,

No Abstract Available for respiratory symptoms following brief exposure to Cedar of Lebanon (Cedra lebani) dust Greenberg M, respiratory symptoms following brief exposure to Cedar of Lebanon (Cedra lebani) dust, Clin Allergy, 1972;2:219-224,

Abstract Available for On occupational allergic asthma of different kinds newly found in our allergy clinic Nakamura S, On occupational allergic asthma of different kinds newly found in our allergy clinic, J Asthma Research, 1972;10:37-47,

No Abstract Available for Wood-pulp workers disease: a hypersensitivity pneumonitis caused by Alternaria Schleuter DP, Fink JN, Hensley GT, Wood-pulp workers disease: a hypersensitivity pneumonitis caused by Alternaria, Ann Intern Med, 1972;77:907-914,

No Abstract Available for Bronchial reactivity in occupational asthma Pain MCF, Symonds HS, Bronchial reactivity in occupational asthma, Med J Aust, 1972;1:522-524,

Abstract Available for Asthma due to inhaled wood dusts- western red cedar and iroko Pickering CAC, Batten JC, Pepys J, Asthma due to inhaled wood dusts- western red cedar and iroko, Clin Allergy, 1972;2:213-218,
Tony Pickering, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, UK, an author of 'Asthma due to inhaled wood dusts- western red cedar and iroko' Jack Pepys, Royal Brompton Hospital, an author of 'Asthma due to inhaled wood dusts- western red cedar and iroko'

No Abstract Available for Bronchial reactions to Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata) Chan-Yeung M, Barton GM, MacLean L, Grzybowski S, Bronchial reactions to Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata), Can Med Assoc J, 1971;105:56-61,
Moira Chan-Yeung, University of Hong Kong, an author of 'Bronchial reactions to Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata)'

No Abstract Available for The state of the upper respiratory tract in formaldehyde production employees Yefremov GG, The state of the upper respiratory tract in formaldehyde production employees, Zh Ushn Nos Gorl Bolezn, 1970;30:11-15,

No Abstract Available for Hypersensitivity to wood dust Sosman AJ, Schlueter DP, Fink JN, Barboriak JJ, Hypersensitivity to wood dust, N Engl J Med, 1969;281:977-980,

No Abstract Available for A case of bronchial asthma caused by dust of Ho (Mongolia hypoleuca sieb et zucc) tree under occupational exposure Wada S, Nishimoto Y, Nakashima T, Yamakido M, A case of bronchial asthma caused by dust of Ho (Mongolia hypoleuca sieb et zucc) tree under occupational exposure, Jap J Allergology, 1966;15:633-634,

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