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    Cadmium, arsenic and lung cancer: A complete picture?
    • Tom Sorahan, Professor
    • Other Contributors:
      • Nurtan Esmen

    The Editor Occupational and Environmental Medicine

    14th September, 2012

    Cadmium, arsenic and lung cancer: A complete picture?

    Were the occupational lung cancers among former employees at the cadmium recovery plant located near Denver, CO, USA due to cadmium exposures, arsenic exposures or both? One of us recently suggested that a "simultaneous analysis of lung cancer risks in relation to both...

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