Dampness and mould at home and at work in the RHINE study: Increased onset and decreased remission of adult respiratory symptoms, asthma and rhinitis

J. Wang (Uppsala, Sweden), M. Pindus (Tartu, Estonia), C. Janson (Uppsala, Sweden), T. Sigsgaard (Aarhus, Denmark), J. Kim (Gothenburg, Sweden), M. Holm (Gothenburg, Sweden), J. Sommar (Umeå, Sweden), H. Orru (Tartu, Estonia), T. Gislason (Reykjavik, Iceland), A. Johannessen (Bergen, Norway), R. Bertelsen (Bergen, Norway), D. Norbäck (Uppsala, Sweden)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Air pollution: from early life, the home environment to going underground
Session: Air pollution: from early life, the home environment to going underground
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 485
Disease area: Airway diseases

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J. Wang (Uppsala, Sweden), M. Pindus (Tartu, Estonia), C. Janson (Uppsala, Sweden), T. Sigsgaard (Aarhus, Denmark), J. Kim (Gothenburg, Sweden), M. Holm (Gothenburg, Sweden), J. Sommar (Umeå, Sweden), H. Orru (Tartu, Estonia), T. Gislason (Reykjavik, Iceland), A. Johannessen (Bergen, Norway), R. Bertelsen (Bergen, Norway), D. Norbäck (Uppsala, Sweden). Dampness and mould at home and at work in the RHINE study: Increased onset and decreased remission of adult respiratory symptoms, asthma and rhinitis. 485

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