Professor Phil Hansbro, Deputy Director at the Centenary Institute and Director of the Centenary UTS Centre for Inflammation has been interviewed by Prime7 News on his new study that will be focused on exploring the health impacts of people’s exposure to bushfire smoke.
The study, a collaboration between the Centenary Institute and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), will assess how bushfire smoke affects the airways, lungs and other organs and will determine what the long-term consequences of this exposure could be.
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