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Bill Parcells
01-09-2007, 12:25 AM
Does anybody know if this entombment during the off-season could change somebodies mentality of run,run,pass,punt??

Just wondering

Simplex3
01-09-2007, 12:26 AM
Chronic beryllium disease (CBD)

Some people (1-15%) become sensitive to beryllium. These individuals may develop an inflammatory reaction that principally targets the respiratory system and skin. This condition is called chronic beryllium disease (CBD), and can occur within a few months or many years after exposure to higher than normal levels of beryllium (greater than 0.02 g/m). This disease causes fatigue, weakness, night sweats and can cause difficulty in breathing and a persistent dry cough. It can result in anorexia, weight loss, and may also lead to right-side heart enlargement and heart disease in advanced cases. Some people who are sensitized to beryllium may not have any symptoms. The disease is treatable but not curable.

Bill Parcells
01-09-2007, 12:29 AM
Chronic beryllium disease (CBD)

Some people (1-15%) become sensitive to beryllium. These individuals may develop an inflammatory reaction that principally targets the respiratory system and skin. This condition is called chronic beryllium disease (CBD), and can occur within a few months or many years after exposure to higher than normal levels of beryllium (greater than 0.02 g/m). This disease causes fatigue, weakness, night sweats and can cause difficulty in breathing and a persistent dry cough.

:hmmm:

It can result in anorexia, weight loss, and may also lead to right-side heart enlargement and heart disease in advanced cases. Some people who are sensitized to beryllium may not have any symptoms. The disease is treatable but not curable.


:hmmm:

TinyEvel
01-09-2007, 12:31 AM
Chronic beryllium disease (CBD)
....Some people who are sensitized to beryllium may not have any symptoms.

This would most likely be Herm. He seems insensitive/non-respondent to any negative exposure.


...The disease is treatable but not curable.
Much like our playoff suckage.

Bill Parcells
01-09-2007, 01:18 AM
Kind of small

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