A decline in mortality from prostate cancer in the UK Atomic Energy Authority workforce.


Early epidemiological studies of the UKAEA workforce, which followed up the mortality of those who worked to the end of 1979, found a significant excess of prostate cancer deaths in some subsets of the cohort, particularly workers internally monitored for tritium contamination and those employed at the Winfrith laboratories. The excess seemed to be… (More)
DOI: 10.1088/0952-4746/27/4/004