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Air pollution and lung cancer in Trieste, Italy.
To investigate the relation between air pollution and histologic type of lung cancer, the authors conducted a case-control study among men who had died in Trieste, Italy, from 1979 to 1981 and fromExpand
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Cancer of the oldest old. What we have learned from autopsy studies.
Cancer in the oldest old is a novel problem, due to the recent burgeoning of the population aged 85 and older. This article addresses three critical questions related to cancer in the oldest old:Expand
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Cigarette smoking and histologic type of lung cancer in men.
STUDY OBJECTIVES To determine whether intensity, duration, age at initiation, and cessation of cigarette smoking act differently in the development of various histologic types of lung cancer. Expand
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Occupational exposure and lung cancer risk in a coastal area of Northeastern Italy
SummaryA case-control study of lung cancer and occupational exposure was conducted in a coastal area of Northeastern Italy where metallurgical and mechanical industries, docks and shipyards areExpand
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Family history of cancer and risk of second malignancies in young cancer patients in Trieste, Italy
We carried out a cohort study in the Italian province of Trieste (2001 population, 242,000) to ascertain whether the risk of a subsequent primary cancer among 265 individuals diagnosed with a firstExpand
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[Occupation and lung cancer risk in the province of Trieste: a case-control study].
To investigate the relationship between occupation and lung cancer, a case-control study was performed in the province of Trieste, Italy, where metallurgical and mechanical industries, dockExpand
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Cancer risk in first‐degree relatives of children with malignant tumours (province of Trieste, Italy)
We conducted a population‐based cohort study in the province of Trieste, Italy, to assess whether the first‐degree relatives of children with malignancies had an increased risk of cancer comparedExpand
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Malignant tumors in first‐degree relatives of cancer patients aged 0–25 years (province of Trieste, Italy)
To determine whether the occurrence of first and second primary malignancies in first‐degree relatives of cancer patients aged 0–25 years (probands) differed from that in the general population, aExpand
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[Comparison of epidemiologic methods in a case-control study of lung cancer and air pollution in Trieste, Italy].
To investigate the relationship between air pollution and histologic type of lung cancer we conducted a case-control study among deceased men in Trieste, Italy. 755 cases of lung cancer and 755Expand
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Malignant tumors at very old ages.
Unselected autopsy findings of nonagerians reviewed by the authors in the last 20 years, confirm a decline in malignant tumors at very old ages. Two main factors are thought to be responsible forExpand
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