Tyler asbestos workers: mortality experience in a cohort exposed to amosire

Levin, Jeffrey L; McLarty, Jerry W; Hurst, George A; Smith, Angela N; Frank, Arthur L
March 1998
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Mar1998, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p155
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