Commentary to “Mortality from bladder cancer in dyestuff workers exposed to aromatic amines: a 73-year follow-up” by C. Ciocan et al.

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Benedetto Terracini
Catalina Ciocan
Alessandro Godono
Enrico Pira
Nicolò Franco
Carlo La Vecchia
Eva Negri
Paolo Boffetta

Keywords

bladder cancer, 2-naphthylamine, IPCA

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