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PREVENTION OF OCCUPATIONAL CANCER IN UKRAINE

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Nahorna А.М., Varyvonchyk D.V.

PREVENTION OF OCCUPATIONAL CANCER IN UKRAINE

Institute for Occupational Health of AMS of Ukraine, Kiev

Full article (PDF), UKR

The studies covered the analysis of the adequacy of preventive measures concerning «occupational cancer» implementing in Ukraine, their conformity with international requirements and standards. The ways for optimization and improvement of the primary, secondary and tertiary prevention have been determined, based on the integration of preventive efforts on the part of bodies of the state administration (public health, science and education, manpower and social policy, trade unions, insurance funds, etc).

Key words: cancer, productions, cancer danger, occupational pathology, prevention

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