Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, December 30th, 2001
As a result, the National Research Council's report December 6, 2001, urged the Federal Aviation Administration to launch a rigorous scientific investigation and surveillance program to bring itself up to speed, and suggested the FAA's air quality regulations may not be tough enough to adequately protect public health.
Systems for collecting health data about cabin air quality "are woefully inadequate" and do not allow an evaluation of the relationship between cabin pressure and...
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