Estimation of the past and future burden of mortality from mesothelioma in France

Ilg, A. Gilg Soit; Valleron, A-J.; Bignon, J.
November 1998
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Nov1998, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p760
Academic Journal
Evaluates mortality from mesothelioma in France with an age-period-cohort approach and different hypotheses on risk of mesothelioma for birth cohort. Basis of estimates of mortality from mesothelioma among men and women in France from 1950 to 1995; Lifetime probability of death among men due to mesothelioma from 1996 to 2020; Possibility of an association between environmental exposure to asbestos and detectable risk of death.


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