Occupational Exposure to Hydrazine and Subsequent Risk of Lung Cancer: 50-Year Follow-Up

PURPOSE Hydrazine is carcinogenic in animals, but there is inadequate evidence to determine if it is carcinogenic in humans. This study aimed to evaluate the association between hydrazine exposure and the risk of lung cancer. METHODS The cause specific mortality rates of a cohort of 427 men who were employed at an English factory that produced hydrazine… CONTINUE READING