ACT Asbestos Health Study: Data Linkage Study on the Risk of Mesothelioma and Other Cancers in Residents of Affected Properties in the ACT
The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Government commissioned the Australian National University to undertake a study to improve understanding of the health risks of loose-fill asbestos insulation, which was installed in over one thousand Canberra residences between 1968 and 1979. These affected residential properties (ARPs) are commonly referred to as ‘Mr Fluffy’ houses. This report concerns the fourth and final component of the ACT Asbestos Health Study
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