Occupational epidemiology: detection of cancer in the workplace.

Abstract

There are fundamental approaches that can be used by health professionals to study the contribution of occupational exposures to cancer occurrence. It would be helpful for clinicians who see patients with cancer to be aware of the methods used to identify those types of cancer that are related to work. Such physicians may be asked by companies or unions to… (More)

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@article{Peters1982OccupationalED, title={Occupational epidemiology: detection of cancer in the workplace.}, author={John Peters and William E. Wright and David H. Garabrant}, journal={The Western journal of medicine}, year={1982}, volume={137 6}, pages={555-9} }