Farmer's Lung: Causes and Symptoms of Mold and Dust Induced Respiratory Illness
Grisso, Robert D. (Robert Dwight), 1956-
Gay, Susan Wood
Hetzel, Glen Hayward
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Farmer's lung is a noninfectious allergic disease that is caused by inhaling mold spores in the dust from moldy hay, straw, or grain. This debilitating disease disrupts the normal function of the lungs, where oxygen enters and carbon dioxide exits the bloodstream. Many farmers are forced to leave the occupation due to the physical limitations caused by farmer's lung.
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