One case of cancer of the bladder , ureter and kidney , due to aniline . Schedler .
Two cases due to aniline , one of malignant polypus and one of sarcoma . Report
on the enquiry made by Rehn . In 7 factories out of 18 in which the enquiry was ...
Author: International Labour Office
An Expanded Cohort Study of Cancer Among which benzene was used (
exposed factories ) compared to unexposed workers at 69 of Benzene - exposed
Workers in China these factories and at 40 additional factories ( unexposed
factories ) ...
Author: Robert Snyder
If this population had not been exposed to noxious agents , 3-5 cases would
have been expected to have developed ; i.e. , working in the cooperating
factories led to a 30- to 40 - fold increase in the risk of developing bladder cancer
. Because ...
For the first time, the sad story of America's uranium miners and the duplicity of our government is revealed.
Author: Howard Ball
Category: Health & Fitness
Individuals within the same factory or group of factories may have similar risk
factors or medical care that could influence their breast cancer incidence or
mortality. Because the study participants were randomly assigned by factory
rather than ...
CANCER IN A FACTORY USING AMOSITE MMF - factories was very much lower
than the exposure in the ASBESTOS . asbestos - industry . It is indispensable to
take into account the most important confounding risk factors ( smoking habits ...
Category: Alimentary canal
Holaday had concluded as early as 1951 that a human health tragedy was
unfolding in consequence of the failure of the AEC and the mining companies to
ventilate the mines ; see Ball , Cancer Factories , pp . 49 – 51 . 68 . Holaday is
cited in ...
Author: Robert N. Proctor
United Kingdom 6 British companies : Companies 1 and 2 , Factories A , B , C , D
Company 1 MCPA Coggon et al . ... 18 observed PC / 13.51 expected ( SMR )
Focus only on NHL No data reported for PC ( focus on other cancer types ) .
In some cases it happens because unscrupulous grain farmers , feedmill
operators , or factory farmers trade in pesticide ... He believes that animal feed
manufacturing practices contribute to a high incidence of cancer in factory
Author: Jim Mason
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
Category: Animal industry
Before establishing such a registry , a feasibility study is being conducted on
cohorts from factories where phenoxy herbicides and chlorophenols are
synthesized . The goals of the assessment are : ( 1 ) to identify factories , ( 2 ) to
Author: International Agency for Research on Cancer
... 0.1 lichemical factories Liver problems Discharge from industrial chernical
factories Liver problems Discharge from industrial chemical factories Liver
problems ; Discharge from increased risk of pharmaceutical and chemical cancer
Author: Raymond C. Kimbrough
Category: Ecological risk assessment
HEALTH EFFECTS - In a study of 133 workers at a chromate pigment producing
factories in Norway , three cases of lung cancer death compared with 0.079
expected based on national rates ( SMR = 3,797 ) were found in a subcohort of
... benzal chloride ( BAC ) , benzotrichloride ( BTC ) and benzoyl chloride ( BOC )
, which were suspected as causative agents of lung cancer and maxillary
malignant lymphoma of workers employed in factories producing BOC , was
... Cancer Detection and Prevention, Bologna, April 9-12, 1973 Cesare Maltoni. In
Italy carcinogenic occupational risk exists for workers who are : ( a ) exposed to
chromates , mainly the ones working in factories where chromates are produced
Author: Cesare Maltoni
005 Cancer risk Discharge from industrial chemcial factories 1 , 1 -
Dichloroethylene 0 . 007 Liver / kidney effects Discharge from industrial chemical
factories cis - 1 , 2 - - Dichloroethylene ( Used in manufacture of plastics , dyes ,
Author: Texas Center for Policy Studies
They simply extract the tar , mitted with cancer of the scrotum were chimney -
sweeps . ... só or not , and the man made in this factory , in contact with the
palmar surface of died of the results of a trivial operation , so that there are now
the hands ...
Many companies will not volunteer information but will answer questions if asked
. Perhaps your family ... However , in towns or areas with factories or mines that
work with known carcinogens , the cancer rates are higher . For example ...
Author: Harold Glucksberg
Summary Evidence of increased cancer rates in rubber workers arose when
Case reported a substantial excess of ... A study of bladder cancer incidence in
two British tyre manufacturing plants showed a doubling of the rates : excesses
Author: IARC Working Group on the Evaluation of the Carcinogenic Risk of Chemicals to Humans
1 possible , though the most likely method of absorption is undoubtedly by
inhalation . Further reference must be made to the striking difference in the
incidence of aniline cancer in different countries and also in different factories of
the same ...
Author: Francis Cavers
The cases have been reported from plants manufacturing chromate chemicals
and pigments ; and since workers in them ... and chromic acid are not implicated ,
but monochromate production is associated with excessive cancer prevalence .
Author: Wilfred Kark