Report to the Workers" Compensation Board on stomach cancer in Ontario gold miners

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Published by The Panel in Toronto .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Gold miners -- Diseases -- Ontario.,
  • Occupational diseases -- Ontario.,
  • Stomach -- Cancer -- Ontario.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

Other titlesStomach cancer in Ontario gold miners
StatementOccupational Disease Panel.
SeriesODP report -- no. 16
ContributionsOntario. Occupational Disease Panel., Ontario. Workers" Compensation Board.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC280.S8 R46 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination[11], 88, 33, 18 p. ;
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16230360M
ISBN 10077785208X

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Report on Analysis of Stomach Cancer Among Ontario Gold Miners. Rationale for Analysis. Previous analysis of stomach cancer among Ontario gold miners (Muller et al.,) has shown that era of hire is a major factor in risk: those hired prior to had an SMR of and those hired in and later had an SMR of The principal document we considered was the report, "Study of Mortality of Ontario Gold Miners " by J.

Muller, R.A. Kusiak, G. Suranyi and A.C. Ritchie, released as a public document by the Ontario Ministry of Labour, The Workers' Compensation Board of Ontario and the Atomic Energy Control Board of Canada, in July The Ontario WCB has no policies about cancer claims specific to firefighters.

There are several policies that have identified cancer as an industrial disease, such as lung cancer in gold miners and gastro-intestinal cancer in asbestos workers. (ii) British Columbia.

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I would be pleased to discuss the Report with you. Please let me know when it would be convenient to. The mortality experience of miners and surface industry workers receiving workers' compensation awards for silicosis in Ontario since has been studied up to mid firefighters’ diseases and the second asbestos report) or set aside pending further study (e.g.

lung cancer and hard rock mining). The WSIB has not responded (to date) to the last six reports, which deal primarily with machining fluids and certain cancers, stomach cancer in gold miners and the relationship between cancer of the larynx and nickel.

Report of the scientific panel on “mortality from cancer among Ontario gold miners, –” Appendix C of the Industrial Disease Standards Panel report to the Workers’ Compensation Board of the Ontario gold mining industry.

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In Canada, the number of occupational disease claims that are granted to breast cancer victims is still very small. Of the 46 breast cancer claims Ontario’s compensation board received 46 between andonly ten were granted.

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The situation is worse for less well-known conditions. Despite workplaces causing thousands of cancers every year in Ontario, just of thecompensation cases the WSIB accepted in were for so-called long-latency illnesses such as cancer, board statistics show.

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Paul Bragg is at the Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre in Moncton receiving radiation treatment for throat and tongue cancer. The Dorchester man is taking a break from his job and from volunteering with the local fire department to focus on his cancer. Despite his 20 years volunteering as a firefighter, the year-old won't receive medical coverage through WorkSafeNB.

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Statistical analysis: Return to .Workers with silicosis should be warned about these chronic disease risks, and prevention efforts to control occupational silica dust exposure should become a higher priority.

0 Wiley-Liss, Inc. Key words: silicotics, tuberculosis, nonmalignant respiratory disease, pulmonary cancer, cancer of the large intestine, Workersâ Compensation.

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