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A longitudinal study of Canadian grain elevator workers over a 12-year period was conducted. Data on respiratory symptoms and pulmonary function tests were collected once every three years as part of the Grain Dust Medical Surveillance Program started by Labour Canada in 1978; each three-year interval was called a 'cycle'. Of workers who had two or more observations, 1848 subjects (67.2%) were free of respiratory symptoms (wheeze, dyspnea, cough or sputum) at the baseline (cycle II). Predictorsdoi:10.1155/1998/495410 pmid:9707466 fatcat:lbb4mwbt4jgsdaxaatbrh5payi