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Academic Article Lung cancer mortality among European rock/slag wool workers: exposure-response analysis.
Academic Article Cancer mortality in workers exposed to phenoxy herbicides, chlorophenols, and dioxins. An expanded and updated international cohort study.
Academic Article Cancer mortality among Moscow shoe workers exposed to chloroprene (Russia).
Academic Article Exposure-response analysis and risk assessment for silica and silicosis mortality in a pooled analysis of six cohorts.
Academic Article Cancer incidence of dry cleaning, laundry and ironing workers in Sweden.
Academic Article Lung cancer mortality among workers in the European production of man-made mineral fibers--a Poisson regression analysis.
Academic Article Mortality and cancer incidence of workers in Finnish road paving companies.
Academic Article Cancer of the brain and nervous system and occupational exposures in Finnish women.
Academic Article [Cancer mortality in mercury miners].
Academic Article Update of the follow-up of mortality and cancer incidence among European workers employed in the vinyl chloride industry.
Academic Article Mortality in a cohort of Russian fertilizer workers.
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Academic Article Cancer mortality in a cohort of continuous glass filament workers.
Academic Article Epidemiologic study of cancer mortality among Israeli asphalt workers.
Academic Article Mortality from cancer and other causes among Italian chrysotile asbestos miners.
Academic Article Cancer mortality among pulp and paper workers in Poland. A cohort study.
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