Occupational exposure as a painter
"There is little information on specific work settings. . . . Data from studies carried out since the previous evaluations of painters still involve primarily painters who were exposed in the 1960s and the 1970s before many changes in paint components had taken effect." [Reference #1]
A Group 1 carcinogen: cancer of the lung and bladder and pleural mesothelioma; [Reference #1] For non-cancer diseases associated with painting, see the three painting jobs.
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