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The PNASH project goal is to incorporate skills for the effective diagnosis and treatment of patients with pesticide-related illnesses into the educational curricula of future health care providers.
The Berkeley center mid the PNASH center have collected duplicate diets from a relatively small number of children (Fenske et al.
House dust samples have been collected in most of the reviewed studies and have served as a reliable indicator of residential pesticide contamination (studies conducted at the PNASH Center), although not necessarily as a surrogate for children's exposures (Curl et al.
Curl, University of Washington, DEH Box 357234, PNASH Center, Health Sciences Building, F-233, 1959 NE Pacific Street, Seattle, WA 98195-7234 USA.
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