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Higher Exposure of Firefighters to Potentially Harmful Chemicals Than Previously Thought

News   Aug 21, 2020 | Original story from Oregon State University

 
Higher Exposure of Firefighters to Potentially Harmful Chemicals Than Previously Thought

Firefighters in the Kansas City, Missouri, area, wore personal passive samplers in the shape of a military-style dog tag made of silicone on an elastic necklace. The samplers detect chemicals in the air. Credit: Carolyn Poutasse, Oregon State University.

 
 
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