The ORs adjusted for age, race, smoking, and healthy worker survivor effect for years of work after 1946 in a diesel-exposed job were 0-20 years, OR = 0.
What does HWSE stand for?
HWSE stands for Healthy Worker Survivor Effect (epidemiology)
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This does not negate the possibility of a healthy worker survivor effect (Checkoway et al.
Adjusting for a healthy worker survivor effect and age, railroad workers in jobs associated with operating trains had a relative risk of lung cancer mortality of 1.