Differential Mortality Risks Associated With PM2.5 Components: A Multi-Country, Multi-City Study : Epidemiology

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Differential Mortality Risks Associated With PM2.5 Components

A Multi-Country, Multi-City Study

Masselot, Pierrea; Sera, Francescoa,b; Schneider, Rochellea,c,d; Kan, Haidonge; Lavigne, Éricf,g; Stafoggia, Massimoh; Tobias, Aurelioi,j; Chen, Hongk; Burnett, Richard T.k; Schwartz, Joell; Zanobetti, Antonellal; Bell, Michelle L.m; Chen, Bing-Yun; Guo, Yue-Liang Leonn; Ragettli, Martina S.o; Vicedo-Cabrera, Ana Mariap,q; Åström, Christoferr; Forsberg, Bertilr; Íñiguez, Carmens,t; Garland, Rebecca M.u,v,w; Scovronick, Noahx; Madureira, Joanay,z; Nunes, Baltazaraa,bb; De la Cruz Valencia, Césarcc; Hurtado Diaz, Magalicc; Honda, Yasushidd,ee; Hashizume, Masahiroff; Ng, Chris Fook Chengj; Samoli, Evangeliagg; Katsouyanni, Kleagg,hh; Schneider, Alexandraii; Breitner, Susanneii,jj; Ryti, Niilo R.I.kk,ll; Jaakkola, Jouni J.K.kk,ll,mm; Maasikmets, Mareknn; Orru, Hansoo; Guo, Yumingpp; Valdés Ortega, Nicolásqq; Matus Correa, Patriciarr; Tong, Shilurr,ss,tt,uu; Gasparrini, Antonioa,c,vv

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doi: 10.1097/EDE.0000000000001455
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