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    NCRP: Exposure to the Population in the United States and Canada from Natural Background Radiation. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements Report No 94. Bethesda, Md, National Council on Radiation Protection, 1987.
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    NCRP: Evaluation of Occupational and Environmental Exposures to Radon and Radon Daughters in the United States. National Council on Radiation Protection Report No 78. Bethesda, Md, National Council on Radiation Protection, 1984.
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    Hornung RW, Meinhardt TJ: Quantitative risk assessment of lung cancer in US uranium miners. Health Phys 52: 417430, 1987.
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    Muller J, Kusiak R, Ritchie AC: Factors Modifying Lung Cancer Risk in Ontario Uranium Miners, 1955–1981. Ontario Ministry of Labour Report. Toronto, Ministry of Labour, 1989.
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    Sevc J, Kunz E, Tomasek L, et al: Cancer in man after exposure to Rn daughters. Health Phys 54: 2746, 1988.
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    Radford EP, Renard KGS: Lung cancer in Swedish iron miners exposed to low doses of radon daughters. N Engl J Med 310: 14851494, 1984.
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    ICRP: Lung Cancer Risk from Indoor Exposures to Radon Daughters. International Commission on Radiological Protection Publication 50. Oxford, England, Pergamon Press, 1987.
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    Harley NH: Comparing radon daughter dose: Environmental versus underground exposure. Rad Prot Dosimetry 7: 371375, 1984.
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    Holaday DA, Rushing DE, Coleman RD, et al: Control of Radon and Daughters in Uranium Mines and Calculations on Biologic Effects. US Public Health Service Report 494. Washington, DC, US Government Printing Office, 1957.
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    Axelson O, Sundell L: Mining, lung cancer and smoking. Scand J Work Environ Health 4: 4652, 1978.
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    Morrison HI, Semenciw RM, Mao Y, Wigle DT: Cancer mortality among a group of fluorspar miners exposed to radon progeny. Am J Epidemiol 128: 12661275, 1988.
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    NAS: Health Risks of Radon and Other Internally Deposited Alpha-Emitters. National Academy of Sciences Report: BEIR IV. Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 1988.
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    NCRP: Radon: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements. Bethesda, Md, National Council on Radiation Protection, 1988.
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    Saccomanno G, Archer VE, Auerbach O, et al: Histologic types of lung cancer among uranium miners. Cancer 27: 515523, 1971.
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    NCRP: Measurement of Radon and Radon Daughters in Air. National Council on Radiation Protection Report No 97. Bethesda, Md, National Council on Radiation Protection, 1988.
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    DOE/CEC: International Workshop on Residential Radon. Epidemiology CONF-8907178. Springfield, Va, NTIS, 1989.
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    Schoenberg J, Klotz J: A Case-Control Study of Radon and Lung Cancer Among New Jersey Women. New Jersey State Department of Health Technical Report, Phase I. Trenton, NJ, NJDH, 1989.
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    EPA: A Citizen's Guide to Radon: What It Is and What to Do about It. US Environmental Protection Agency Report OPA-86–004. Washington, DC, Environmental Protection Agency, 1986.
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    NCRP: Exposures from the uranium series with emphasis on radon and its daughters. National Council on Radiation Protection Report No 77. Bethesda, Md, National Council on Radiation Protection, 1984.
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    Puskin JS, Yang Y: A retrospective look at Rn-induced lung cancer mortality from the viewpoint of a relative risk model. Health Phys 54: 635643, 1988.
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    EPA: Radon Reduction Methods: A Home-owner's Guide. US Environmental Protection Agency Report OPA-86–005. Washington, DC, Environmental Protection Agency, 1986.
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    NCRP: Control of Radon in Houses. National Council on Radiation Protection Report No 103. Bethesda, Md, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, 1989.