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Am J Epidemiol. 1976 Mar;103(3):297-303.

Mortality among rubber workers. II. Other employees.


Mortality among female, black male and white male salaried employees in Akron, Ohio, is described. Standard mortality ratios for all causes of death are: females, 78: black males, 62: white salaried males, 65. Excess deaths from cancer occurred in females: uterus, bladder, brain and multiple myeloma; in black males: Hodgkin's disease; and in white salaried males: bladder and lymphatic. Also, proportional mortality among white male employees of six non-Akron plants is reported. Excess deaths from cancer include brain and lymphatic and hematopoietic.

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