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and stainless steel welders . A mortality study among mild steel and

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  title={and stainless steel welders . A mortality study among mild steel and},
  author={J. Moulin and P. Wild and J. M. Haguenoer and D. Faucon and R. D. Gaudemaris and J. Mur and M. Mereau and Y. Gary and J. P. Toamain and Y. Birembaut and Marcel Blanc and Marie P Debiolles and D. J{\'e}gaden and Bernard Laterriere and M. Leonard and F. Marini and Christian Massardier and Martine Moulin and M. Reure and L. Rigal and G. Robert and M. Viossat}
}
A mortality study was carried out in conjunction with the European mortality study among welders coordinated by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). The study was aimed at assessing risks for lung cancer in relation to exposure to asbestos, welding fumes containing chromium and nickel, and tobacco smoke. The study included a cohort of 2721 welders and an internal comparison group of 6683 manual workers employed in 13 factories in France. The mortality of the two cohorts was… Expand

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