Cancer mortality by occupation and social class, 1851-1971, Volume 1000
William Philip Dowie Logan, International Agency for Research on Cancer, Great Britain. Office of Population Censuses and Surveys
H.M.S.O., 1982 - Medical - 252 pages
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6TTE 6TIS 6TT9 age at death agricultural workers Appendix Table bladder Buccal cavity cancer sites census tract cervix class/Sub-class/Occupation group/Education level Country Years Units Cumulative death rate cumulative rate decreasing from Social equivalent mean age farmers gradient of mortality high mortality high SMR highest in Social Hodgkin's disease IIIN IIIM index of lost indices intestine IS6T IZ6T larynx leukaemia low mortality lung Malignant melanoma married women mortality from cancer Mortality ratio Mortality was low numbers Occupation Orders occupational mortality oesophagus pancreas pharynx proportional mortality rectum RHS RHSR RHS RSMR SMR SEGs serkro single women SIR White skilled SMR & RSMR SMR and RSMR SMR RSMR Social Class group Social Class IIIN Social class Table Social Sub-class socio-economic groups stomach T96T TS6T TE6T Table and Figure TE6T TS6T tract of residence TZ6T TT6T Units Population White women wives XXVI armed forces