The Natural Rubber Latex Allergy mailing list discusses all aspects of this
allergy, from research and diagnosis to treatment, support, and economics
surrounding natural rubber latex allergy. Families and friends are also
Three warnings about Natural Rubber Latex Allergy harm:
Anything that causes an already latex allergic person to be once again exposed to additional natural rubber latex is not just delaying that patient's recovery, but may also cause additional, serious, progressive harm.
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We're proud to display a project by Rubber members! We've written a series of articles about natural rubber latex allergy and how it is grown and produced, including cornstarch powdered natural rubber latex glove manufacturing and natural rubber latex production details which have remained obscure for many of the latex allergic until now.
Some Rubber members have offered whole documents for the benefit of all in the form of Adobe Acrobat *.pdf formatted files. These also appear below.Please note our latex allergy pages and documents:
US Occupational Safety and Health Administration: (May 1999)
US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health: (June 1997)
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