Chronic exposure to black carbon particles and traffic-related particulate matter (PM) specifically from traffic are associated with reduced lung-function in a general population

H. Carlsen (Gothenburg, Sweden), F. Nyberg (Gothenburg, Sweden), D. Segersson (Norrköping, Sweden), A. Olin (Gothenburg, Sweden)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Effect of environmental exposure on lung function outcomes
Session: Effect of environmental exposure on lung function outcomes
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 5186
Disease area: Airway diseases

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H. Carlsen (Gothenburg, Sweden), F. Nyberg (Gothenburg, Sweden), D. Segersson (Norrköping, Sweden), A. Olin (Gothenburg, Sweden). Chronic exposure to black carbon particles and traffic-related particulate matter (PM) specifically from traffic are associated with reduced lung-function in a general population. 5186

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