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PMRs for Mining Sector
by Industry 1984-1998


The PMR Charts and Tables query system offers the researcher quick access to selected chronic disease PMRs for 1984-1998 by selected industries or sub sectors. Over 3000 charts display PMRs for chronic disease by industry sectors and industry PMRs for site-specific chronic disease. Twenty-two site-specific cancers and 17 cardiovascular, neurodegenerative, diabetes, and renal disease multiple cause PMRs are presented for the largest fifteen industries in each of eight sectors: agriculture, forestry, fishing; mining; construction; manufacturing, wholesale & retail trade; transportation, warehousing & utilities; healthcare & social assistance; and services.

PMRs for Mining Sector

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Title Cancer Chronic Disease
Summary Table Proportionate Cancer Mortality by Industry 1984-1998 Proportionate  Mortality for Cardiovascular Disease by Industry 1984-1998
PMRs for Mining Sector Mining Sector Cancer 1984-1998   Mining Sector 1984-1998
All Industries in the Sector

Metal Mining Industry

  Cancer for Metal Mining Industry 1984-1998 Metal Mining Industry 1984-1998

Coal Mining Industry

  Coal Mining Industry Cancer 1984-1998 Coal Mining Industry 1984-1998

Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas Extraction Industry

  Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas Extraction Industry Cancer 1984-1998 Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas Extraction Industry  Chronic 1984-1998

Nonmetallic Mining & Quarrying Industry, Exc Fuel

  Nonmetallic Mining & Quarrying Industry, Exc Fuel Cancer 1984-1998 Nonmetallic Mining & Quarrying Industry, Exc Fuel
 
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