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Proceedings of the Second NCI/EPA/NIOSH Collaborative Workshop: Progress on Joint Environmental and Occupational Cancer Studies.
NIOSH 1982 Apr:813 pages
Presentations and discussions held at this joint meeting on environmental and occupational carcinogens included the following topics: lung cancer associations with zinc smelting operations; exposures to styrene (100425); case/control studies of cancer of the lung, stomach, and pancreas; mortality of workers in the plywood, paper and pulp industries; etiological study of respiratory cancer in Texas; mortality study of fur dyers and processors; industrial emissions in Contra Costa County, California; mortality data of newspaper pressmen; environmental health data base for New Jersey; mortality study of dry cleaning workers exposed to perchloroethylene (127184); identification of chemicals in human biological media; gold mining operations; chemical workers; leather tanning and finishing industries; exposures to toluene (108883); dosimetry studies; foundry particulates; iron foundry casting operations; pulmonary fibrosis; wood preservatives; roofing asphalts, pitch and sunlight; teratogenic effects of pesticides; chloroform (67663) carcinogenesis; laboratory animal studies; urinary cancer related proteins; lymphoid progenitor cells; skin exposures; and photooxidation.
Carcinogenesis; Mortality-rates; Foundry-workers; Dyeing-industry; Leather-industry; Agricultural-chemicals; Chemical-industry-workers; Lung-disorders; Pulmonary-system-disorders; Alveolar-cells; Teratogenesis;
100-42-5; 127-18-4; 108-88-3; 67-66-3;
Kraybill HF; Blackwood IC; Freas NB;
NTIS Accession No.
Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease; Disease and Injury; Pulmonary-system-disorders;
Workshop on the Collaborative Programs of the NCI, the EPA, and the NIOSH on Environmental and Occupational Carcinogens, Rockville, Maryland, September 9-11, 1981, 813 pages, 252 references
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Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division