Environmental Health Perspectives - Volume 70, issue Preprint

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Electronic ISSN
1552-9924
Print ISSN
0091-6765

Abstract

This paper reviews studies on the adverse health effects of exposure to metals, using arsenic and cadmium as examples. The carcinogenic potential of arsenic has been studied in various settings. Inhalation is clearly related to the development of lung cancer in (copper) smelting and arsenical pes

Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 70, no. Preprint, 1986

Abstract

This overview on defining risk of respiratory cancer from airborne pollutants summarizes broad issues related to a number of the environmental agents that are discussed in the articles that follow. Lung cancer kills more than 100,000 people annually and is the major form of cancer in both sexes i

Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 70, no. Preprint, 1986