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BOHRF Original Authors' Main Conclusions

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The authors conclude that subjects with previous chest disease should not be exposed to occupational allergens, but that exclusion of asymptomatic atopics from this type of work is probably not justified. 62/1642 subjects experienced enzyme asthma with higher incidence in atopics.

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