Occupational exposure to diesel and gasoline engine exhausts and risk of lung cancer among Finnish workers.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Studies on engine exhausts and lung cancer have given inconsistent results. METHODS Economically active Finns were followed-up for lung cancer during 1971-95 (33,664 cases). Their Census occupations in 1970 were converted to exposures to diesel and gasoline engine exhausts with a job-exposure matrix. The relative risks (RRs) for cumulative… (More)

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