My publications on bladder and lung cancer among Aluminum workers

  1. Thériault GP, De Guire L, Cordier S. Reducing aluminium: an occupation possibly associated with bladder cancer. Can Med Ass J 1981;124 (4): 418-422.
  2. Thériault G, Tremblay C, Cordier S, Gingras S. Bladder cancer in the aluminium industry. Lancet 1984;i: 947-50.
  3. Armstrong BG, Tremblay CG, Cyr D, Thériault GP. Estimating the relationship between exposure to tar volatiles and the incidence of bladder cancer in aluminium smelter workers. Scand J Work Environ Health 1986;12: 486-493.
  4. Armstrong B, Thériault G, Tremblay C. Compensating bladder cancer victims employed in aluminum reduction plants. J Occup Med 1988;30 (10): 771-775.
  5. Thériault GP, Tremblay CG, Armstrong BG. Bladder cancer screening among primary aluminum production workers in Quebec. J Occup Med 1990;32: 869-872.
  6. Armstrong B, Tremblay C, Baris D, Thériault G. Lung cancer mortality and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons: a case-cohort study of aluminum production workers in Arvida, Québec, Canada. Am J Epidemiol 1994; 139:250-62.
  7. Tremblay C, Armstrong B, Thériault G, Brodeur J. Estimation of Risk of Developing Bladder Cancer among Workers Exposed to Coal Tar Pitch Volatiles in the Primary Aluminum Industry. Am J Ind Med 1995; 27:335-48.
  8. Armstrong B, Thériault G. Compensating lung cancer patients occupationally exposed to coal tar pitch volatiles. Occup Environ Med 1996;53:160-167.
  9. Dufresne A, Loosereewanich P, Armstrong B, Thériault G, Bégin R. Inorganic Particles in the Lung of Five Aluminum Smelter Workers with Pleuro-Pulmonary Cancer. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 1996;57:370-375.