Asbestosis and silicosis

@article{Wagner1997AsbestosisAS,
  title={Asbestosis and silicosis},
  author={G. Wagner},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1997},
  volume={349},
  pages={1311-1315}
}
Interstitial fibrosis resulting from workplace exposure to asbestos and crystalline silica persists throughout the world despite knowledge of the causes and effective means for prevention. Asbestosis and silicosis occurrence is predictable among people overexposed to dusts in various industries and occupations such as mining, construction, manufacturing, and building maintenance. Asbestosis and silicosis are incurable and may be progressive even after dust exposure has ceased, therefore early… Expand
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