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Workplace exposures to carcinogens are important contributors to the total burden of cancer in both industrialized and industrializing countries. Carcinogens can be chemicals such as aniline dyes, physical agents such as ionizing radiation, or biological agents such as viruses or aflatoxin. By 1999, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC, 1972–1999) had classified more than 35 chemical agents used in industries or industrial processes as carcinogenic to humans. The cancers most closely associated with workplace exposure (chiefly industrial) are lung cancer and skin cancer, followed by bladder cancer, leukemia, and brain cancer (Frumkin, 1997).
Global Inequalities at Work: Work's Impact on the Health of Individuals, Families, and Societies by Jody Heymann