Mortality and cancer morbidity in cohorts of asbestos cement workers and referents. In any event, it is unclear whether synergism occurs with tobacco smoke, as for lung cancer, or putative dietary or other risk factors for colorectal cancer.
Cancer incidence among asbestos-exposed chemical industry workers: Nutritional factors and etiologic mechanisms in the causation of gastrointestinal cancers. The crude incidence rates for the smoker-eligible and work-history-eligible subcohorts of the asbestos-exposed cohort were 2.
In a meta-analysis by Homa et al. Mortality of asbestos workers in England and Wales Cancer Detection and Prevention 15 6: Studies on the inhalation toxicology of two fiberglasses and amosite asbestos in the Syrian golden hamster: Association of cancer sites with tobacco and alcohol consumption and socioeconomic status of patients: Comparison of risk factors for colon and rectal cancer.
Occupation-related risks for colorectal cancer. Case-Control Studies The case-control studies retained for thorough evaluation after exclusion of studies that did not assess exposure to asbestos or did not meet other exclusion criteria are listed in Table 6.
Asbestos-associated deaths among insulation workers in the United States and Canada, Aerodigestive and gastrointestinal tract cancers and exposure to crocidolite blue asbestos: Strength of Associations For the case-control studies, the summary estimate of association was close to null and not statistically significant.
Because this diagnosis was not the primary focus of the study, colorectal cancer cases did not receive the same degree of scrutiny as lung cancer cases. National Toxicology Program; Although the intervention was discontinued in21 months ahead of schedule, when we recognized that the vitamins were associated with increased risk of lung cancer and increased total mortality 3334CARET participants continue to be followed.
Results of chronic exposure. After active intervention was stopped, contact was reduced to an annual phone call until April Asbestos and Colon Cancer: Lack of Association in a Large Case-Control Study David H. Garabrant Asbestos and Colon Cancer: Lack of Association in a Large Case-Control Study, American Journal of or other risk factors for colon cancer.
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