Update of a study of crude oil production workers 1946-94

Divine, Barbara J.; Hartman, Christine M.
June 2000
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Jun2000, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p411
Academic Journal
Presents an update of a study on workers in the petroleum industry engaged in the production of crude oil, to determine changes in patterns of mortality. Causes of death in the U.S.; Statistics on standardized mortality ratio; Comparison of overall mortality patterns for non-white men with white men.


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