Steven Stellman - Cancer and the workplace

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  Stellman, J. M., Stellman, S. D. 46 (2) 70-92-

  Abstract: The study of occupationally related   cancers has played an important role in the control of cancer in   general. The very nature of the workplace allows for studies that   can help establish a relationship between an environmental   exposure and cancer. Once carcinogens are identified, strategies   can be developed to prevent disease. The article reviews   procedures for identifying, evaluating, and categorizing human   carcinogens; provides an overview of the basic epidemiologic   strategies that have been used to study cancer and the workplace;   and outlines the clinical evaluation of occupational exposures.

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