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The importance of information dissemination in the prevention of occupational cancer.
  • Published Date:
    Nov 1995
  • Source:
    Environ Health Perspect. 103(Suppl 8):217-218.
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    Environ Health Perspect
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    It is assumed that prevention of occupational cancer depends upon dissemination of research findings, resulting in changes in work processes and reduction of occupational exposures to carcinogens. Examples of successes and failures of information dissemination are found in the results of research on silicosis. Better assessment of the effectiveness of information dissemination is needed, along with greater understanding of the barriers to implementation of the information by workers and management and improved hazard surveillance.

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