Aerotoxic syndrome: frequent flyers at risk from ‘asbestos of the sky’

“Those symptoms after a long-haul flight might not be jet lag, but something more sinister, according to a study recently published by the World Health Organisation. The study confirms a link between chemical contaminants in aeroplane cabin air and chronic and acute health problems. While airline crew are most exposed to the risks, it’s a health hazard…

The Aetiology of ‘Aerotoxic Syndrome’- A Toxico- Pathological Viewpoint

  Published Sept. 08/ 2017 in the Open Access Journal of Toxicology, JP Juniper: The Aetiology of ‘Aerotoxic Syndrome’- A Toxico- Pathological Viewpoint C V Howard1*, S Michaelis2 and A Watterson2 (Ed: excerpts from original):  “The effect of repeated low dose OP exposure has been reviewed by Terry [5]. He describes a number of mechanisms…