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November 2022 - Volume 31 - Issue 6

  • Prof. Jaak Ph Janssens
  • 0959-8278
  • 1473-5709
  • 6 issues / year
  • 217 of 245 Oncology
  • 2.164

​​​​​​​Short-term association of PM2.5/PM10 on lung cancer mortality in Wuhai city, China (2015–2019): a time series analysis

Scientists have long been aware of the linkage between one's health conditions and one's occupation and environment. Specifically, air pollution is a confirmed risk factor for lung cancer development. In this original study fine particulate matter (PM2.5)/inhalable particulate matter (PM10) exposure is associated with higher risk of lung cancer mortality, particularly in elderly men during the warm season. Global change, with particular attention to global warming, should make us reflect on the serious risks to our health, a precious asset that must be protected.

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