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    Cancer mortality in an international cohort of reinforced plastics workers exposed to styrene: a reanalysis 

    Loomis, Dana; Guha, Neela; Kogevinas, Manolis; Fontana, Vincenzo; Gennaro, Valerio; Kolstad, Henrik A.; McElvenny, Damien M.; Sallmen, Markku; Saracci, Rodolfo (2019)
    To investigate the carcinogenicity of styrene by reanalysing data from a previous international cohort study of workers in the reinforced plastics industry. Methods Mortality from cancers of prior interest was analysed ...
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    Quantitative relationships of exposure to chrysotile asbestos and mesothelioma mortality 

    Loomis, Dana; Richardson, David B.; Elliott, Leslie (2019)
    While asbestos has long been known to cause mesothelioma, quantitative exposure-response data on the relation of mesothelioma risk and exposure to chrysotile asbestos are sparse. Methods Quantitative relationships of ...
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    Software Tools to Facilitate Systematic Review Used for Cancer Hazard Identification 

    Shapiro, Andrew J.; Antoni, Sebastien; Guyton, Kathryn Z.; Lunn, Ruth M.; Loomis, Dana; Rusyn, Ivan; Jahnke, Gloria D.; Schwingl, Pamela J.; Mehta, Suril S.; Addington, Josh; Guha, Neela (Environmental Health Perspectives, 2018)
    Objective and systematic methods to search, review, and synthesize published studies are a fundamental aspect of carcinogen hazard classification. Systematic review is a historical strength of the International Agency for ...