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Contextualising the International Recognition of ‘Silicosis’ in the 1930s to measure the effects of silica in the world today. A medical-historical cross-analysis

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Catherine Cavalin, Paul-Andre Rosental, Michel Vincent. Contextualising the International Recognition of ‘Silicosis’ in the 1930s to measure the effects of silica in the world today. A medical-historical cross-analysis. From Silicosis to Silica Hazards: an Experiment in Medicine, History and the Social Sciences (organized by the team SILICOSIS of the Centre d’études européennes of Sciences Po and the programme Alliance Sciences Po-Columbia University), Sep 2013, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02385872⟩

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