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Saturday, 21st October 2006

Mortality among US employees of a large computer manufacturing company: 1969-2001

Mortality among US employees of a large computer manufacturing company: 1969-2001
Source: Environmental Health
"Mortality was elevated due to specific cancers and among workers more likely to be exposed to solvents and other chemical exposures in manufacturing operations. Due to lack of individual exposure information, no conclusions are made about associations with any particular agent."
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