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Effect of smoking on attack rates of pulmonary and pleural lesions related to exposure to asbestos dust.
  1. G H McMillan,
  2. R J Pethybridge,
  3. G Sheers

    Abstract

    In follow-up studies of samples of employees at two of Her Majesty's Dockyards the prevalence of asbestos-related lesions in smokers and ex-smokers was statistically significantly higher than in non-smokers even when differences in age and exposure risk were considered.

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