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- Coleman, Nathan, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Environmental research 2020 v.183 pp. 108924
- air pollution; chronic exposure; cohort studies; humans; lung neoplasms; mortality; particulates; risk
- ... Much of the key epidemiological evidence that long-term exposure to fine particulate matter air pollution (PM₂.₅) contributes to increased risk of mortality comes from survival studies of cohorts of individuals. Although the first two of these studies, published in the mid-1990s, were highly controversial, much has changed in the last 25 + years. The objectives of this paper are to succinctly comp ...