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Loomis, Dana
October 2008
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Oct2008, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p645
Academic Journal
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by B. Revich and D. Shaposhnikov on excess mortality during heat waves and cold spells in Moscow, Russia and another one by G. Mastrangelo on lung and other cancer site mortality in a population of Italian cotton mill workers.


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