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Title: Women, the Workplace, and Breast Cancer Risk Bibliography
Authors: Snedeker, Suzanne M.
Fertala, Katarzyna
Stewart, Laschelle Dana Marie
Keywords: bibliography
breast cancer
Issue Date: Aug-2007
Publisher: Cornell University Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors
Abstract: Bibliography on women, the workplace and breast cancer risk. Includes information on the history of women in the workplace, breast cancer risk due to specific occupational exposures to chemicals (dioxin, ethylene oxide, gasoline, metals, methylene chloride, pesticides, rubber, tobacco smoke, industrial chemicals, solvents, tetrachloroethylene, and vinyl chloride), breast cancer risk in specific occupations (airline attendants, cosmetologists, electrical workers, laboratory workers, religious orders (nuns), nurses, office workers, painters and printers, radium dial workers, teachers, semiconductor industry workers, and night-shift workers), studies on breast cancer risk from electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure, and future directions for evaluating breast cancer risk in the workplace.
Description: Bibliograhy on women, the workplace, and breast cancer risk
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