ISSUES IN OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE. JOSEPH J SCHWERHA MD MPH PROFESSOR OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE DIRECTOR OF THE OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAM GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH. ISSUES continued.
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ISSUES INOCCUPATIONAL ANDENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE JOSEPH J SCHWERHA MD MPH PROFESSOR OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE DIRECTOR OF THE OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAM GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
ISSUEScontinued • Occupational History • World Economy • Genomes • Epidemiology • Workplace • Environmental • Industrial Hygiene
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ISSUESContinued • Pesticides • Gases • Sick Building Syndrome • Biologic Monitoring • Substance Abuse • Chemicals • Industry
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