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IEH report on variability and susceptibility in human response to occupational exposure to chemicals
  1. Anthony Dayan

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    Institute for Environment and Health (pp iii + 155, £10.00) 2002. Leicester: MRC Institute for Environment and Health. ISBN 1 899110 36 4

    “The whole world’s odd except thee and me, and even thee’s a bit peculiar at times”

    That traditional Yorkshire view has become increasingly important in the past 20 years as studies of why one individual falls ill while another stays healthy have shown the considerable influence of personal factors in the avoidance and causation of disease. It is reasonable to expect that health at work will be subject to the same range of individual factors and that they will be very important in determining the onset of work related diseases due to mechanical or physical stress, to allergens, and to chemicals.

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