Pathology and Mineralogy Demonstrate Respirable Crystalline Silica Is a Major Cause of Severe Pneumoconiosis in U.S. Coal Miners

Robert A. Cohen*, Cecile S. Rose, Leonard H.T. Go, Lauren M. Zell-Baran, Kirsten S. Almberg, Emily A. Sarver, Heather A. Lowers, Cayla Iwaniuk, Sidney M. Clingerman, Diana L. Richardson, Jerrold L. Abraham, Carlyne D. Cool, Angela D. Franko, Ann F. Hubbs, Jill Murray, Marlene S. Orandle, Soma Sanyal, Naseema I. Vorajee, Edward L. Petsonk, Rafia ZulfikarFrancis H.Y. Green

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