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Air pollution aspects of asbestos
Airborne asbestos health assessment update /
Airborne asbestos health assessment update.
Asbestos and cancer : the first thirty years
Asbestos health assessment update /
Chromosomal Changes Associated with Tumorigenic Mineral Fibers.
Comparative mesothelioma induction in rats by asbestos and non-asbestos mineral fibers : possible correlation with human exposure risk /
Defending the indefensible : the global asbestos industry and its fight for survival /
Early Warning Report: Use of Unapproved Asbestos Demolition Methods May Threaten Public Health.
Germinomas and Teratoid Siphon Anomalies in Softshell Clams, 'Mya arenaria', Environmentally Exposed to Herbicides.
Malignant mesothelioma : advances in pathogenesis, diagnosis, and translational therapies /
Mineral fibers and health
Pathology of asbestos-associated diseases
Rapid epidemiological reviews : fiber report amendment : final report for Task 19 - subtask 3 /
Rat Exposures to Assess the Potential Health Effects of Various Man-Made Vitreous Fibers with Acknowledgment Letter 08/07/85 and Cover Letter dated 06/17/85.
Relative Mesothelioma Induction in Rats by Mineral Fibers: Comparison with Residual Pulmonary Mineral Fiber Number and Epidemiology.
Report on the peer consultation workshop to discuss a proposed protocol to assess asbestos-related risk /
The identification and control of environmental and occupational diseases : asbestos and cancers /
Transplanation and Chromosomal Analysis of Cell Lines Derived from Mesotheliomas Induced in Rats with Erionite and UICC Chrysotile Asbestos.
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