ORNL-6785 List Of Tables

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  • + Table I Summary Statistics for Mortality Among Oak Ridge Workers 1942--1984 By Race and Gender for Selected Causes of Death
  • *+ Table II Alternative Representations of All Causes Mortality Among White Males (N = 67,197) Who Worked in Oak Ridge Between 1943 and 1984
  • *+ Table III Parameter Estimates for the Main Effects Model for Mortality from Selected Causes of Death Among White Males (N = 67,197) and Females (N = 27,377) Who Worked in Oak Ridge Between 1943 and 1984
  • *+ Table IV Parameter Estimates for the Main Effects Model for Mortality from Selected Causes of Death Among Non-White Males (N = 3,909) and Females (N = 2,826) Who Worked in Oak Ridge Between 1943 and 1984
  • + Table V Parameter Estimates for the Main Effects Model for Mortality from Selected Cancer Causes of Death Among White Males (N = 67,197) Who Worked in Oak Ridge Between 1943 and 1984
  • Table VI Parameter Estimates for Selected Causes of Death for X-10/Y-12 Subcohort (N = 28,347) Using Main Effects ERR Model with External Rates and Unadjusted Cumulative Dose with Ten Year Lag
  • Table VII Parameter Estimates for Selected Cancer Causes of Death for X-10/Y-12 Subcohort (N = 28,347) Using Main Effects ERR Model with External Rates and Unadjusted Cumulative Dose with Ten Year Lag (Two Year Lag for Leukemia)
  • + Table VIII Dose Response Estimates for X-10/Y-12 Subcohort (N = 28,347). Multiplicative Relative Risk for Selected Causes of Death Based on Main Effects Model Using Unadjusted Doses with Ten Year Lag (Two Year Lag for Leukemia)
  • *+ Table IX Dose Response Estimates for Multiplicative Relative Risk for Selected Causes of Death Based on Main Effects Model Using Adjusted Doses with Ten Year Lag
  • Table X Estimates of Linear Excess Relative Risk (per Sv) (and Likelihood Ratio Test Statistics) for all Cancer Causes By Facility and Lag Interval Using Unadjusted and Adjusted Cumulative Doses For the X-10/Y-12 Ever Subcohort (N = 28,347)
  • *Table XI Summary Statistics For Relative Risk Models For All Cancer Using Unadjusted Doses and Ten Year Lag For X-10/Y-12 Ever Subcohort
  • * Table AI Analytic Data Structure (ADS) For Facility Comparison Analyses
  • * Table AII Oak Ridge Workers Facility Comparison Analysis Parameter Estimates for the Main Effects Model for White Males for all Diseases of the Respiratory System (ICD8 460-519)
  • * Table AIII Factors Used to Define ADS for Dose-Response Analysis for White Males Employed at the X-10 or Y-12 Facility
  • + Table AIV Summary Results For White Males Ever Employed at X-10 or Y-12 By Dose Group Using Ten Year Lag
  • * Table AV Comparison of Parameter Estimates For ERR Main Effects Model All Cancer with Ten Year Lag (N=28,347) White Males Employed at X-10 or Y-12 Between 1943 and 1984
  • * Table AVI Summary Statistics For All Cancer with Ten Year Lag
  • * Table AVII Parameter Estimates for Stratified Analysis Using External Rates ALL Cancer with Ten Year Lag