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Стратегии Международного агентства по изучению рака по снижению бремени профессиональных злокачественных новообразований

https://doi.org/10.31089/1026-9428-2021-61-3-140-154

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Основной миссией Международного агентства по изучению рака (МАИР/ВОЗ) является проведение исследований по профилактике рака во всем мире. Стратегии МАИР по снижению бремени профессионального рака включают усиление эпидемиологического надзора за злокачественными новообразованиями, оценку и классификацию потенциальных канцерогенов для человека, а также проведение эпидемиологических исследований для заполнения пробелов в знаниях о профессиональном раке. Хотя это и лежит за пределами деятельности МАИР, важнейшим условием эффективной охраны здоровья работников является систематический мониторинг воздействия производственных факторов на рабочих местах. Существует множество различных источников информации о воздействии производственных факторов на рабочих местах, но они часто не используются для оценки опасности или научных исследований. Российская Федерация обладает большим потенциалом для проведения научных исследований, разработки и внедрения в практику мероприятий по охране здоровья работников благодаря своим устойчивым традициям мониторинга и регистрации уровней воздействия производственных факторов на рабочих местах. В настоящее время большинство данных о бремени профессионального рака поступает из Западной Европы и Северной Америки. Оценка бремени профессионального рака требует точных данных с учётом локальных условий, поскольку экстраполяция данных с учётом других условий может провести к значительному расхождению в оценках уровней воздействия производственных факторов, путей воздействия и исходных рисков развития злокачественных новообразований. Чтобы восполнить этот пробел в знаниях, важны контроль уровней воздействия производственных факторов и проведение эпидемиологических исследовании профессиональных злокачественных новообразований в Российской Федерации.

Об авторах

Энн Олссон
Международное агентство по изучению рака Всемирной организации здравоохранения (МАИР/ВОЗ)
Россия

Научный сотрудник Отдела по эпидемиологическим исследованиям окружающей среды и образа жизни Международного агентства по изучению рака Всемирной организации здравоохранения.

e-mail: olssona@iarc.fr



Мэри Шубауер-Бериган
Международное агентство по изучению рака Всемирной организации здравоохранения (МАИР/ВОЗ)
Россия


Йоахим Шюц
Международное агентство по изучению рака Всемирной организации здравоохранения (МАИР/ВОЗ)
Россия


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Олссон Э., Шубауер-Бериган М., Шюц Й. Стратегии Международного агентства по изучению рака по снижению бремени профессиональных злокачественных новообразований. Медицина труда и промышленная экология. 2021;61(3):140-154. https://doi.org/10.31089/1026-9428-2021-61-3-140-154

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Olsson A., Schubauer-Berigan M., Schüz J. Strategies of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC/WHO) to reduce the occupational cancer burden. Russian Journal of Occupational Health and Industrial Ecology. 2021;61(3):140-154. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.31089/1026-9428-2021-61-3-140-154

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