Historical cohort study of US man-made vitreous fiber production workers: I. 1992 fiberglass cohort follow-up: initial findings.

@article{Marsh2001HistoricalCS,
  title={Historical cohort study of US man-made vitreous fiber production workers: I. 1992 fiberglass cohort follow-up: initial findings.},
  author={Gary M Marsh and A O Youk and Roslyn A. Stone and Jeanine M Buchanich and Mary Jean Gula and Thomas James Smith and Margaret M. Quinn},
  journal={Journal of occupational and environmental medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={43 9},
  pages={741-56}
}
This 1986 to 1992 update and expansion of an earlier historical cohort study examined the 1946 to 1992 mortality experience of 32,110 workers employed for 1 year or more during 1945 to 1978 at any of 10 US fiberglass (FG) manufacturing plants. Included are (1) a new historical exposure reconstruction for respirable glass fibers and several co-exposures (arsenic, asbestos, asphalt, epoxy, formaldehyde, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, phenolics, silica, styrene, and urea); and (2) a nested… CONTINUE READING

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