Some Studies Link Kidney and Layrngeal Cancers to Asbestos, continued
For example, one analysis concluded that misdiagnosis or chance may be the best explanation for asbestos-related cancer at any other site than the lungs or surrounding areas.
Another combined analysis of 55 studies did not find a significant association between occupational exposure to asbestos and laryngeal cancer and concluded that the evidence of a causal relationship was weak.
Another combined study of asbestos-exposed workers suggested a possible association between asbestos and laryngeal cancer.
This same study found no clear association of asbestos exposure and urinary, reproductive, lymphatic, or hematopoietic cancers.The ATSDR