Nonspecific Industrial Irritants
The “chronic irritation theory” of cancerigenesis proposed by Virchow around the middle of the past century forms the scientific basis for the often-repeated claim that the inhalation of nonspecific irritative air pollutants, especially those encountered in certain industries and occupations, represents a significant cause of cancers of the respiratory system.
KeywordsDust Carbide Arsenic Hydrocarbon Influenza
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