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Epidemiological research carried out by or commissioned by HSE

Asbestos workers survey

British Asbestosis and Mesothelioma Registers

British Mesothelioma Case-Control Study

Burden of Occupational Cancer in Britain

Cancer and the semiconductor industry

Occupational Health Decennial Supplement

Pesticide users

Mesothelioma projections

Shift work


References

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Updated 2015-10-26