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Human Health Exposure Factor Estimates Based Upon A Creel/Angler Survey of the Lower Passaic River (Part 3)
The results of an analysis of site-specific creel and angler information collected for the lower 6 miles of the Passaic River in Newark, NJ (Study Area), demonstrate that performing a site-specificExpand
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Mesothelioma and lung cancer among motor vehicle mechanics: a meta-analysis.
We conducted a systematic review and analysis of the epidemiological literature that examines the risk of lung cancer and mesothelioma among motor vehicle mechanics who may have been engaged in brakeExpand
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Domestic Asbestos Exposure: A Review of Epidemiologic and Exposure Data
Inhalation of asbestos resulting from living with and handling the clothing of workers directly exposed to asbestos has been established as a possible contributor to disease. This review evaluatesExpand
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Mesothelioma in vehicle mechanics: is the risk different for Australians?
BACKGROUND The question of whether vehicle mechanics have an increased risk of mesothelioma has important public health implications. Calculations of relative risk using case reports from theExpand
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Mesothelioma among Motor Vehicle Mechanics: An Updated Review and Meta-analysis.
BACKGROUND We published a meta-analysis of the association between work as a motor vehicle mechanic and mesothelioma in 2004. Since then, several relevant studies on this topic have been published.Expand
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A Survey Methodology for Collecting Fish Consumption Data in Urban and Industrial Water Bodies (Part 1)
The potential human health risks associated with consuming fish containing hazardous substances are related to the frequency, duration, and magnitude of exposure. Because these risk factors are oftenExpand
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Response to Kay Teschke. Re: Mesothelioma among Motor Vehicle Mechanics: An Updated Review and Meta-analysis.
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A Statistical Method for Analyzing Data Collected by a Creel/Angler Survey (Part 2)
This article describes a unique analytical method employed to characterize angler activities on the lower 6-mile stretch of the Passaic River in New Jersey. The method used data collected by aExpand
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The Passaic River Creel/Angler Survey: Expert Panel Review, Findings, and Recommendations
A Creel/Angler Survey (CAS) was conducted to provide site-specific information on recreational fishing in the lower six miles of the Passaic River (Study Area). Information collected during the CASExpand
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