Mortality experience of amosite asbestos factory workers: dose-response relationships 5 to 40 years after onset of short-term work exposure.

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A cohort of 820 men in a Paterson, New Jersey, amosite asbestos factory which began work during 1941-1945 was observed from 5 to 40 years after start of work. Most of the cohort had limited duration of work experience (days, weeks, months), though some men worked for several years until the factory closed in 1954. With white males of New Jersey as the… (More)

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@article{Seidman1986MortalityEO, title={Mortality experience of amosite asbestos factory workers: dose-response relationships 5 to 40 years after onset of short-term work exposure.}, author={H. Seidman and Irving J. Selikoff and Shannon Gelb}, journal={American journal of industrial medicine}, year={1986}, volume={10 5-6}, pages={479-514} }