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|Title||Constituents of Household Air Pollution and Risk of Lung Cancer among Never-Smoking Women in Xuanwei and Fuyuan, China.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2019|
|Authors||Vermeulen R, Downward GS, Zhang J, Hu W, Portengen L, Bassig BA, S Hammond K, Y Y Wong J, Li J, Reiss B, He J, Tian L, Yang K, Seow WJie, Xu J, Anderson K, Ji B-T, Silverman D, Chanock S, Huang Y, Rothman N, Lan Q|
|Journal||Environ Health Perspect|
|Date Published||2019 Sep|
BACKGROUND: Lung cancer rates among never-smoking women in Xuanwei and Fuyuan in China are among the highest in the world and have been attributed to the domestic use of smoky (bituminous) coal for heating and cooking. However, the key components of coal that drive lung cancer risk have not been identified.
|Alternate Journal||Environ. Health Perspect.|