alexa Occupational cancer in Britain. Industry sector results


Occupational Medicine & Health Affairs

Author(s): Sally J Hutchings, Lesley Rushton

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A key feature of this project is the estimation of broad industry sectors for each carcinogen, occupational circumstance and cancer site. This information is critical to prioritise interventions that aim to reduce workplace-related cancer. This paper presents results for the current burden of occupational cancer by industry sector on the basis of attributable cancer registrations for 2004, for all industries for which there are at least 10 attributable registrations.

This article was published in British Journal of Cancer and referenced in Occupational Medicine & Health Affairs

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