(Reuters Health) – Workers exposed to welding fumes are more likely to develop lung cancer than those not exposed to the fumes, and a new study suggests this holds true regardless of other risk factors like smoking or exposure to asbestos.
More evidence welding fumes raise lung cancer risk
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