Occupational Health: Recognizing and Preventing Work-Related Diseases
Barry S. Levy, David H. Wegman
Little, Brown, 1983 - Medical - 526 pages
Designed to be used as a textbook and presents basic information for health professionals.
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Occupational Health in the United
The Context of Work in America
APPROACHES TO RECOGNIZING AND PREVENTING OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE
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