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The effect of survival bias on the incidence of radiographic evidence of simple pneumoconiosis and pulmonary disability in cross sectional studies of bituminous coal miners



The effect of survival bias on the incidence of radiographic evidence of simple pneumoconiosis and pulmonary disability in cross sectional studies of bituminous coal miners



American Review of Respiratory Disease 139(4 PART 2): A551




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