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Occupational diseases

occupational diseases

diseases due to factors involved in one's employment.


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Statutory Basis for Public Health Reporting Beyond Specific Diseases Claire V. Broome, Heather H. Horton, Deborah Tress, Salvatore J. Lucido, ... Code § 5-90-80 (2002), “Outbreaks, all (including foodborne, nosocomial, occupational, toxic substance-related, waterborne, and other outbreaks).” Washington ...

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