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What is Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals?

What is Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals?

  • Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals: People employed in hospitals may face an increased risk of developing cancer due to exposure to suspected carcinogens such as acrylamide and ethylene oxide. The risk may vary depending on the duration and level of exposure as well as the nature of the exposure (e.g. inhalation, dermal).

Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals: Introduction

Types of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals:

Broader types of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals:

How serious is Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals?

Complications of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals: see complications of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals

What causes Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals?

Causes of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals: see causes of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals

What are the symptoms of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals?

Symptoms of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals: see symptoms of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals

Complications of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals: see complications of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals

Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals: see treatments for Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals

Name of Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals

Main name of condition: Occupational Cancer -- Hospitals

 

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