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Q: I have a job in a medical setting which puts me at risk for a latex allergy. My symptoms decrease when I'm away from my work setting, but come back immediately when I return. Do I have a latex allergy, and will I be able to continue doing my current job? Answer

Q: Are latex proteins from natural rubber latex gloves transferred to food? Answer

Q: What are some of the similarities/differences between Guayule latex and natural rubber latex? Answer

Q: Can Gutta Percha be used for root canals in (NRL)Latex-Allergic individuals? Answer

Q: Is there life beyond latex allergy? Answer

Q: Automobile tires are being recycled and used to produce outside playground mat surfaces. Do these products represent a problem for children who come in contact with the mat and are sensitized to natural rubber latex allergens? Answer

Q: Now that I am diagnosed with the latex allergy should I contact a Workers Compensation Attorney? Answer

Q: Is latex allergy sensitivity a compensable condition under Workers' Compensation laws? Answer

Q: How do I protect myself In case of a severe allergic reaction? Answer

Q: What is the difference between Spandex and Lycra®? Answer

Q: What are the most effective ways I can provide information to emergency medical personnel regarding my latex allergy? Answer

Q: What is the difference between Occupational Asthma and Asthma? Answer

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Q: How do I prepare for latex-safe emergency care? Answer

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