A case-control study of colon cancer and occupation among African American men and women: a population-based examination
Michigan State University. Dept. of Epidemiology, 1998 - 92 pages
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Additionally AFRICAN AMERICAN age-adjusted American Cancer Society American Gastroenterological Association Black population Black/White Blacks and Whites body mass index Burns 6 Swanson cancer among Blacks CANCER AND OCCUPATION Cancer Incidence Surveillance cancer registry car sales carcinogenic case-control study cigarette smoking colon cancer risk colorectal cancer complete lifetime occupational demographic diet differences in colon disease gender greater number incidence of colon incidence rates incident cancer included increase in risk increased risk indicated industrial and occupational industries or occupations investigators large number logistic regression Macomb counties males and females MDCSS miscellaneous manufacturing number of usual occupational exposures occupational groupings occupations and industries occupations or industries odds ratios pack-years of smoking patient physical activity population controls potential confounding effects Potter proxy interviews race regression analysis relative survival rates risk of colon significant significantly elevated status Surveillance Study OCISS Table tobacco use histories usual occupation White males women workers