A case of occupational peritoneal mesothelioma from exposure to tremolite-free chrysotile in Quebec, Canada: A black swan case.

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BACKGROUND Tremolite contamination has been proposed as the cause of mesothelioma in workers exposed to commercial chrysotile. The asbestos industry and scientists it has sponsored, for example, have argued that commercial chrysotile does not cause peritoneal mesothelioma. METHOD Case report of peritoneal mesothelioma in a mill worker from a tremolite… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ajim.20882

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@article{Egilman2011ACO, title={A case of occupational peritoneal mesothelioma from exposure to tremolite-free chrysotile in Quebec, Canada: A black swan case.}, author={David Egilman and L. Mam{\'a}n Men{\'e}ndez}, journal={American journal of industrial medicine}, year={2011}, volume={54 2}, pages={153-6} }