In response to the 2002, vol. 22, no. 4 article entitled "The rise and fall of occupational medicine in the United States" [1] (multiple letters)

Clifford S. Mitchell, Jacqueline Moline, A. Nelson Avery, Dean Baker, James E. Blessman, Arch I. Carson, Otis Cosby, Dennis Darcey, Alan Ducatman, Edward A. Emmett, Linda Forst, Fred Gerr, Michael Gochfeld, Tee L. Guidotti, Philip Harber, Howard Hu, Kurt T. Hegmann, Howard M. Kipen, Jeffrey Levin, Michael P. McGrailJohn D. Meyer, Kathryn L. Mueller, Scott Prince, Rachel Rubin, Joseph J. Schwerha, Nancy L. Sprince, Oyebode Taiwo, Mark Upfal, William E. Morton, Morris Greenberg

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