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Lung cancer risk in hard-metal workers.
An industry-wide mortality study on the association between lung cancer and occupational exposure to cobalt and tungsten carbide was carried out in the French hard-metal industry. This case-controlExpand
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A meta-analysis of epidemiologic studies of lung cancer in welders.
  • J. Moulin
  • Medicine
  • Scandinavian journal of work, environment…
  • 1 April 1997
OBJECTIVE A meta-analysis of epidemiologic studies was carried out on lung cancer risk among shipyard, mild steel, and stainless steel welders, and the role of asbestos exposure and smoking wasExpand
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Lung cancer mortality in a site producing hard metals
OBJECTIVES To study the mortality from lung cancer from exposures to hard metal dust at an industrial site producing hard metals—pseudoalloys of cobalt and tungsten carbide—and other metallurgicalExpand
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Risk of lung cancer in workers producing stainless steel and metallic alloys
Objectives: The mortality of workers involved in the production of stainless and alloyed steel from 1968 to 1992 was studied, in order to investigate the risk of lung cancer due to exposure toExpand
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Potentially inappropriate drug prescription in the elderly in France: a population-based study from the French National Insurance Healthcare system
BackgroundInappropriate prescribing is a known risk factor for adverse drug event occurrence in the elderly. In various countries, several studies have used insurance healthcare databases to estimateExpand
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Lung cancer mortality in a French cohort of hard-metal workers.
A cohort mortality study was carried out among workers of a plant producing hard metals using cobalt as a binder. This study was aimed at assessing possible lung cancer risks in relation with cobaltExpand
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A mortality study among mild steel and stainless steel welders.
A mortality study was carried out in conjunction with the European mortality study among welders coordinated by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). The study was aimed atExpand
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Oral cavity and laryngeal cancers among man-made mineral fiber production workers.
From 1975 to 1984, the incidence of cancer was determined among workers employed in a French man-made mineral fiber (MMMF) production plant. The cohort, including 1 374 fully active or retired men,Expand
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A mortality study of cobalt production workers: an extension of the follow-up.
The follow-up of a cohort of workers employed in an electrochemical plant producing cobalt and sodium, previously studied from 1950-1980, has been extended from 1981-1988. The standardized mortalityExpand
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A cohort mortality study among cobalt and sodium workers in an electrochemical plant.
We have studied the mortality between 1950 and 1980 of a cohort of 1,143 workers in an electrochemical plant producing cobalt and sodium. The mortality of the whole cohort is significantly lower thanExpand
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