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    :: Sunday, June 12, 2005 ::

    Welding and brain damage link, Mayo Clinic - Medical News Today, UK
    A common factor with all eight welders studied, according to Dr. Josephs, was inadequate fume-protective measures. This provides further evidence that unprotected welding leads to neurological damage.

    'An important finding from our case series analysis is that these patients were not only all welders, but all had a lack of ventilation,' says Dr. Josephs. 'They didn't have a mask or were welding in confined spaces.'
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