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    Re: RADS from Bromine Exposure

    Posted by ff on 6/25/03


    Coincidentally, chloestyramine, a related subject of todays
    arguments, did give me considerable improvement (and all
    else) in breathing although one testing physician stated that
    my lungs/mucous membrane were permanantly damaged.

    Let me know what you learn. I forgot, the # for Jan
    Hollingsworth is 813-259-7607.

    Any info on your exposure, the occurence, would be helpful.


    On 6/25/03, Jeff wrote:
    > Do any of you have information, or do you just argue back
    > and forth. I feel awlful and would appreciate any help or
    > information. I'm being treated by two pulmonologists and
    > my own GP. They tell me that RADS from Bromine exposure is
    > very rare. I don't think anyone knows anymore than I do
    > about it.Really could use some help.

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