How does Diacetyl enter the body?
Diacetyl may enter the body in a number of ways, however, those who develop Constrictive Bronchiolitis have usually inhaled the compound over a long period of time. If you work in an environment that uses Diacetyl, make sure to take precautions to limit the amount of the compound that is inhaled.
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