John F Gamble
- Crystalline silica and lung cancer: a critical review of the occupational epidemiology literature of exposure-response studies testing this hypothesisJohn F Gamble
Consultant, Somerset, New Jersey, USA
Crit Rev Toxicol 41:404-65. 2011..Weight of evidence from occupational epidemiology does not support a causal association of lung cancer and silica exposure, which is contrary to the IARC conclusion using essentially the same data...
- Risk of gastrointestinal cancers from inhalation and ingestion of asbestosJohn Gamble
International Environmental Research Foundation, P O Box 3459, Grand Central Station, New York, NY 10163 3459, USA
Regul Toxicol Pharmacol 52:S124-53. 2008..The epidemiological evidence detracts from the hypothesis that occupational asbestos exposure increases the risk of stomach, colorectal, colon, and rectal cancer. Findings are briefly summarized below...
- Lung cancer and diesel exhaust: a critical review of the occupational epidemiology literatureJohn Gamble
Crit Rev Toxicol 40:189-244. 2010..To support a traditional diesel exhaust-lung cancer hypothesis requires more studies with longer follow-up and quantitative E-R analyses...
- Lung cancer and diesel exhaust: an updated critical review of the occupational epidemiology literatureJohn F Gamble
Crit Rev Toxicol 42:549-98. 2012..In sum, the weight of evidence is considered inadequate to confirm the diesel-lung cancer hypothesis...
- An evaluation of the risks of lung cancer and mesothelioma from exposure to amphibole cleavage fragmentsJohn F Gamble
International Environmental Research Foundation, Post Office Box 3459, Grand Central Station, New York, NY 10163 3459, USA
Regul Toxicol Pharmacol 52:S154-86. 2008..In sum, the weight of evidence fully supports a conclusion that non-asbestiform amphiboles do not increase the risk of lung cancer or mesothelioma...