Treating occupational cancers in general practice

Farming, mining, construction. Toiling outside and working up a good, hard sweat.

These types of occupations are often seen as the backbone of Australia.

But some people in these jobs can find themselves exposed to carcinogenic agents in the workplace, which can result in the development of what are known as occupational cancers. And many people may be surprised at how much of a problem this remains, particularly in Australia.

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