Long-term ambient fine particulate matter air pollution and lung cancer in a large cohort of never-smokers

RATIONALE: There is compelling evidence that acute and chronic exposure to ambient fine particulate matter (PM(2.5)) air pollution increases cardiopulmonary mortality. However, the role of PM(2.5) in the etiology of lung cancer is less clear, particularly at concentrations that prevail in developed...

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Published in:American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine, Vol. 184, No. 12 (2011), p. 1374-81
Main Author: Turner, Michelle C
Other Involved Persons: Krewski, Daniel ; Pope, C Arden 3rd ; Chen, Yue ; Gapstur, Susan M ; Thun, Michael J
Format: electronic Article
Item Description:Date Completed 07.02.2012
Date Revised 28.06.2012
published: Print-Electronic
CommentIn: Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2012 May 15;185(10):1131-2. - PMID 22589318
Citation Status MEDLINE
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