Our goal is to raise awareness of shiftwork as a probable cancer risk factor, and identify practical interventions that can be used in workplaces to reduce the negative health effects of shiftwork.
The goal of this project is to identify occupations, industries, or exposures that lead to an increased risk of cancer, by using a database containing information from the 1991 long form census linked to the Canadian Cancer Registry data.
The goal of this study is to evaluate the effect of exposure to multiple pesticides on cancer risk using a Canadian population-based case-control dataset.
To determine trends in occupational cancer research, such as the inclusion and analysis of women and minorities, over the past two decades.
The goal of this project is to make the link between workers’ exposure to asbestos and their respiratory cancer by asking patients about their work history.
This study examined whether workplace exposures to diesel and gasoline emissions increase the risk of developing colorectal and bladder cancer.