Key term: cancer

Letter to the editor 1987;13(2):156-156   pdf
Increased lung cancer mortality among Norwegian cooks
Lund E, Borgan J-K
 
Letter to the editor 1985;11(2):135-135   pdf
Re: "A mortality study of workers employed in a German rock wool factory" by J Claude, R Frentzel·Beyme. Scand J Work Environ Health 10 (1984) 151-157.
Hill JW
 
Discussion paper 2010;36(2):163-179   pdf
Shift work and cancer – considerations on rationale, mechanisms, and epidemiology
Costa G, Haus E, Stevens R
 
Review 2010;36(2):85-95   pdf
Gastrointestinal disorders among shift workers
Knutsson A, Bøggild H
 
Original article 2010;36(2):134-141   pdf
Night work and breast cancer – results from the German GENICA study
Pesch B, Harth V, Rabstein S, Baisch C, Schiffermann M, Pallapies D, Bonberg N, Heinze E, Spickenheuer A, Justenhoven C, Brauch H, Hamann U, Ko Y, Straif K, Brüning T
 
Original article 2010;36(3):216-221   pdf
Cancer risk among Japanese chromium platers, 1976–2003
Hara T, Hoshuyama T, Takahashi K, Delgermaa V, Sorahan T
 
Original article 2010;36(1):71-79   pdf
Cancer incidence among short- and long-term workers in the Norwegian silicon carbide industry
Bugge MD, Kjuus H, Martinsen JI, Kjærheim K
 
Original article 1977;3(4):203-211   pdf
Mutagenicity of fume particles from stainless steel welding.
Hedenstedt A, Jenssen D, Lidesten B-M, Ramel C, Rannug U, Stern RM
 
1978;4 suppl 2:231-239   pdf
Survey of mortality among employees engaged in the manufacture of styrene and polystyrene at the BASF Ludwigshafen works.
Frentzel-Beyme R, Thiess AM, Wieland R
 
Original article 1979;5(4):307-327   pdf
Genetic risks caused by occupational chemicals. Use of experimental methods and occupational risk group monitoring in the detection of environmental chemicals causing mutations, cancer and malformations.
Hemminki K, Sorsa M, Vainio H
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