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Epidemiologic study on deaths from lung cancer in Omuta City of Japan. An analysis of the risk factors for lung cancer by a case-control study, especially on the aspects of air pollution, occupation and smoking habits



Epidemiologic study on deaths from lung cancer in Omuta City of Japan. An analysis of the risk factors for lung cancer by a case-control study, especially on the aspects of air pollution, occupation and smoking habits



Nihon Eiseigaku Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Hygiene 31(6): 703-710




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