A critical review of the epidemiologic literature on health effects of occupational exposure to vinyl chloride.

Abstract

We have attempted to critically review and summarise the collective epidemiologic evidence concerning the association of occupational vinyl-chloride exposure with human health outcomes, including cancer, liver cirrhosis, cardiovascular disease, nonmalignant respiratory disease and acroosteolysis. Based on data from individual reports, qualitative and, where… (More)

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@article{McLaughlin1999ACR, title={A critical review of the epidemiologic literature on health effects of occupational exposure to vinyl chloride.}, author={John McLaughlin and Leslie Lipworth}, journal={Journal of epidemiology and biostatistics}, year={1999}, volume={4 4}, pages={253-75} }