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BOHRF Original Authors' Main Conclusions

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The SWORD surveillance scheme uses systematic reporting from physicians to provide a picture of the incidence of occupational respiratory disease in the United Kingdom. 40% of cases (1000 annually) are of occupational asthma or inhalation accidents occupational asthma related to a wide range of agents in many occupations.

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