A National Estimate of the Cost of Occupationally Related Disease in 1992

Authors

  • MARIANNE C. FAHS,

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    1. Health Policy Research Center Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy New School for Social Research New York, New York 10011
    2. International Longevity Center (U.S.), San Jose State University San Jose, California
    3. Department of Health Policy, San Jose State University San Jose, California
      Address for correspondence: Marianne C. Fahs, Ph.D., M.P.H., Director, Health Policy Research Center, Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Polity, New School for Social Research, 66 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10011. Phone: 212/229-5678; fax: 212/229-5335.
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  • STEVEN B. MARKOWITZ,

    1. Division of Environmental and Occupational Medicine, San Jose State University San Jose, California
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  • J. PAUL LEIGH,

    1. Department of Economics, San Jose State University San Jose, California
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  • CHONG-GAK SHIN,

    1. Korea Institute for Health & Social Affairs Seoul, Republic of Korea
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  • PHILIP J. LANDRIGAN

    1. Department of Community Medicine Mount Sinai School of Medicine City University of New York New York, New York 10029
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  • This research was supported in part by the National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety Contract #U6OCCU902886-07. Portions of this research have been published in summary form in “Occupational Injury and Illness in the United States: Estimates of Costs, Morbidity, and Mortality,”Archives of Internal Medicine 157: 1557-1568, 1997.

Address for correspondence: Marianne C. Fahs, Ph.D., M.P.H., Director, Health Policy Research Center, Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Polity, New School for Social Research, 66 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10011. Phone: 212/229-5678; fax: 212/229-5335.

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