Silica, silicosis, and cancer : controversy in occupational medicine

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Physicians and industrial hygienists in the U.S. and Europe have assumed that silica, a known toxic dust which causes diseases such as silicosis and corpulmonale, does not cause cancer. However the evidence presented in this volume, drawn from a 1984 symposium on the subject of silica and cancer, suggests that there is a strong link between cancer and silica in the workplace. This book discusses the full range of work being done on silica and cancer, including a history of studies on the silica-cancer relationship; ...

Silica, silicosis, and cancer : controversy in occupational medicine 1986, Praeger, New York

ISBN-13: 9780030041990

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Silica, Silicosis and Cancer: Controversy in Occupational Medicine 1986, Praeger Publishers

ISBN-13: 9780275913052

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