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Position: Home > issue > August 28, 2021 Volume 2, Issue 3
Cohort Studies of Long-term Exposure to Outdoor Particulate Matter and Risks of Cancer: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
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Author: Pei Yu, Suying Guo, Rongbin Xu, Tingting Ye, Shanshan Li, Malcolm Sim, Michael J. Abramson, Yuming Guo

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Robust evidence is needed for the hazardous effects of outdoor particulate matter (PM) on mortality and morbidity from all types of cancers. To summarise and meta-analyze the association between PM and cancer, published articles reporting associations between outdoor PM exposure and any type of cancer with individual outcome assessment that provided a risk estimate in cohort studies were identified via systematic searches. Of 3256 records, 47 studies covering 13 cancer sites (30 for lung cancer, 12 for breast cancer, 11 for other cancers) were included in the quantitative evaluation.





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