Environmental Lupus Syndromes

@inproceedings{SYNDROMES2005EnvironmentalLS,
  title={Environmental Lupus Syndromes},
  author={LUPUS SYNDROMES},
  year={2005}
}
  • LUPUS SYNDROMES
  • Published 2005
It is not surprising that we now recognize that, on any given day, the average person may introduce up to 1000 different molecules into his/her body. The recognition and study of occupational and environmental disorders is a well-accepted and important specialty of medicine. Indeed, the regulation and establishment of guidelines for the safety of workers who may be exposed to potentially dangerous agents in the work place is now performed very largely by government. In more recent times, it has… CONTINUE READING

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