Re: occupational asthma

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From:"P. Emry" <> (by way of histonet)
To:histonet <>
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Dear ?

I would like more information on the condition you discribe.  I would also
like to know who you are and who you are doing the research for.

I think that such information could be a dangerous thing in some hands.  I
don't have a back-up profession and a note in my employment folder could
block future employment if/when we run out of grant money here, or when
the boss retires.

I would like to know if others feel this way about medical information and
the workplace.


On Fri, 16 Oct 1998 wrote:

>   I am working on a  reasearch paper for occupational medicine...are
>there any
> employees at your site or any site you know of that have experienced upper or
> lower respiratory diffiiculty?  Please ...this is a viable disease and
> occupational hazard to  our profession and we      need to protect our
> workers   from    further hazards.  Lets unite now and protect us and our
> environment.
>   Why am  I concerned??  I have been diagnosed with occupational asthma
>due to
> formaldehyde overexposure and I care about you geting the same disease.
>    WRITE ME NOW!!!    with your concerns

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