Dose-response and risk assessment of airborne hexavalent chromium and lung cancer mortality.

@article{Crump2003DoseresponseAR,
  title={Dose-response and risk assessment of airborne hexavalent chromium and lung cancer mortality.},
  author={Casey Crump and Kenny Crump and Eric Hack and Rose S. Luippold and Kenneth A Mundt and Elizabeth Liebig and Julie Panko and Dennis J Paustenbach and Deborah Proctor},
  journal={Risk analysis : an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis},
  year={2003},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={1147-63}
}
This study evaluates the dose-response relationship for inhalation exposure to hexavalent chromium [Cr(VI)] and lung cancer mortality for workers of a chromate production facility, and provides estimates of the carcinogenic potency. The data were analyzed using relative risk and additive risk dose-response models implemented with both Poisson and Cox regression. Potential confounding by birth cohort and smoking prevalence were also assessed. Lifetime cumulative exposure and highest monthly… CONTINUE READING

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