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During 1990 all present and retired china clay workers in the United Kingdom were invited to take part in a chest health survey. A total of 4401 china clay workers participated representing over 70% of current employees and 17% of pensioners. The survey consisted of a chest x ray film, lung function measurements, and a questionnaire on respiratory symptoms and smoking habits. The chest x ray films were read by three readers to the International Labour Office (ILO) 1980 classification. Fulldoi:10.1136/oem.50.10.913 fatcat:3fjq5jmaynhbhjioyropjkuqfa