Data Hosting: Diesel Exhaust in Miners Study
The Diesel Exhaust in Miners Study is a collaborative effort between National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and National Cancer Institute (NCI) involving two epidemiological components (i.e., cohort study and a cases-control study, respectively) evaluating whether diesel exhaust exposure is associated with risk of dying from lung cancer. The Cohort Mortality Study with Emphasis on Lung Cancer was undertaken by NIOSH. The Nested Case- Control Study of Lung Cancer and Diesel Exhaust was undertaken by NCI.
Data and Documentation
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Confidentiality and Disclosure
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Output Review for Disclosures
All output submitted for review must be the near final product and match the output described in your approved proposal. We will not review frequency distributions or other large volumes of output.