Occupational exposures contribute to educational inequalities in lung cancer incidence among men: Evidence from the EPIC prospective cohort study

Menvielle, G; Boshuizen, H; Kunst, AE; Vineis, P; Dalton, SO; Bergmann, MM; Hermann, S; Veglia, F; Ferrari, P; Overvad, K; +21 more... Raaschou-Nielsen, O; Tjonneland, A; Kaaks, R; Linseisen, J; Palli, D; Krogh, V; Tumino, R; Rodriguez, L; Agudo, A; Sanchez, MJ; Arozena, JM; Cirera, L; Ardanaz, E; Bingham, S; Khaw, KT; Boffetta, P; Duell, E; Slimani, N; Gallo, V; Riboli, E; Bueno-de-Mesquita, HB; (2010) Occupational exposures contribute to educational inequalities in lung cancer incidence among men: Evidence from the EPIC prospective cohort study. International journal of cancer Journal international du cancer, 126 (8). pp. 1928-35. ISSN 0020-7136 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/ijc.24924

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