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Publications from the Study


  1. Schüz J, Schonfeld SJ, Kromhout H, Straif K, Kashansky SV, Kovalevskiy EV, Bukhtiyarov IV, McCormack V. A retrospective cohort study of cancer mortality in employees of a Russian chrysotile asbestos mine and mills: study rationale and key features. Cancer Epidemiol 2013 Aug;37(4):440-5. PMID: 23608525

  2. Feletto E, Schonfeld SJ, Kovalevskiy EV, Bukhtiyarov IV, Kashanskiy SV, Moissonnier M, Straif K, Schüz J, Kromhout H. A comparison of parallel dust and fibre measurements of airborne chrysotile asbestos in a large mine and processing factories in the Russian Federation. Int J Hyg Environ Health. 2017; 220(5):857-868. PMID: 28457891

  3. Schonfeld SJ, Kovalevskiy EV, Feletto E, Bukhtiyarov IV, Kashanskiy SV, Moissonier M, Straif K, McCormack VA, Schüz J, Kromhout H. Temporal Trends in Airborne Dust Concentrations at a Large Chrysotile Mine and its Asbestos-enrichment Factories in the Russian Federation During 1951-2001. Ann Work Expo Health. 2017; 61(7):797-808. PMID: 28810689

  4. Schüz J, Kovalevskiy E, Moissonnier M, Olsson A, Hashim D, Kromhout H, Kashanskiy S, Chernov O, Bukhtiyarov I, Ostroumova E. Comparison of Two Information Sources for Cause-of-Death Follow-up in the Russian Federation: The Asbest Chrysotile Cohort Study. Methods Inf Med. 2020; Jun 14 online ahead of print. PMID: 32535878

  5. Schüz J, Bukhtiyarov I, Olsson A, Moissonnier M, Ostroumova E, Feletto E, Schonfeld SJ, Byrnes G, Tskhomariia I, McCormack V, Straif K, Kashanskiy S, Morozova T, Kromhout H, Kovalevskiy E. Occupational cohort study of current and former workers exposed to chrysotile in mine and processing facilities in Asbest, the Russian Federation: Cohort profile of the Asbest Chrysotile Cohort study. PLoS One 2020; 15(7):e0236475. PMID: 32726334


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  1. Olsson A, Kovalevskiy EV, Talibov M, Moissonnier M, Byrnes G, Bouaoun L, Schonfeld SJ, Feletto E, Kashanskiy SV, Ostroumova E, Kromhout H, Bukhtiyarov IV, Schüz J. Tobacco smoking among chrysotile asbestos workers in Asbest in the Russian Federation. Occup Environ Med. 2020 May 12:oemed-2019-106263. doi: 10.1136/oemed-2019-106263. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 32398292

  2. Kovalevskiy EV, Schonfeld SJ, Feletto E, Moissonnier M, Kashanskiy SV, Bukhtiyarov IV, Schüz J. Comparison of mortality in Asbest city and the Sverdlovsk region in the Russian Federation: 1997-2010. Environ Health 2016; 15:42. PMID: 26926835