Last updated: August 8, 2021
Trading One Risk for Another: Consequences of the Unauthenticated Treatment and Prevention of Silicosis in Ontario Miners in the McIntyre Powder Aluminum Inhalation Program.
This paper integrates the history of the aluminum prophylaxis program and its control by the northern Ontario mining industry with the lived experience of one of the affected miners, whose daughter created a voluntary registry which documents health issues in exposed miners, and stimulated research that found a link to her father’s Parkinson disease
Published in: NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy
Janice Martell, Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW), McIntyre Powder Project
Tee L. Guidotti, MD, MPH, DABT, Consultant in OEM, Public Health, Toxicology, Sustainability Occupational + Environmental Health & Medicine