Is nasal adenocarcinoma in the Buckinghamshire furniture industry declining?

@article{Acheson1982IsNA,
  title={Is nasal adenocarcinoma in the Buckinghamshire furniture industry declining?},
  author={E. Acheson and P. Winter and E. Hadfield and R. Macbeth},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1982},
  volume={299},
  pages={263-265}
}
Since adenocarcinoma of the epithelium of the nasal cavity and accessory sinuses was recognized to occur more commonly in woodworkers in the British furniture industry than in other men1,2 and was prescribed as an industrial disease3, it has been found to occur in the furniture industry in many other countries. Here we review the incidence of the disease in Buckinghamshire up to the end of 1981 and report that skilled furniture makers such as wood machinists and cabinet and chair makers have… Expand
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