Environmental Health Perspectives - Volume 107, issue Suppl 6

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1552-9924
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0091-6765

Abstract

The principal epidemiologic evidence that environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) increases the risk of lung cancer in (lifelong) nonsmokers is from studies of nonsmoking women married to smokers. This article estimates exposure-response curves for 14 studies (1, 249+ cases, 7 countries) with data on l

Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 107, no. Suppl 6, 1999

Abstract

Assessing the relationship of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) with subclinical measures of atherosclerotic disease supplements the epidemiologic data on fatal and nonfatal cardiovascular events. In addition, such assessment offers the opportunity to study smaller populations (includ

Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 107, no. Suppl 6, 1999