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Epidemiological study of power lines and childhood cancer in the UK: further analyses

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Magnetic fields and childhood cancer: an epidemiological investigation of the effects of high-voltage underground cables

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Differential Efficacy of Nicotine Replacement Among Overweight and Obese Women Smokers

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Strong DR. et al, (2015), Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 17, 855 - 861

Reply to ‘Comment on: Childhood cancer and exposure to corona ions from power lines: an epidemiological study’

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Infant birthweight and risk of childhood cancer: international population-based case control studies of 40 000 cases

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O’Neill KA. et al, (2015), International Journal of Epidemiology, 44, 153 - 168

Childhood cancer and exposure to corona ions from power lines: an epidemiological test

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Updated investigations of cancer excesses in individuals born or resident in the vicinity of Sellafield and Dounreay

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Bunch KJ. et al, (2014), British Journal of Cancer, 111, 1814 - 1823

Residential distance at birth from overhead high-voltage powerlines: Childhood cancer risk in Britain 1962-2008

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Bunch KJ. et al, (2014), British Journal of Cancer, 110, 1402 - 1408

Residential distance at birth from overhead high-voltage powerlines: childhood cancer risk in Britain 1962–2008

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Bunch KJ. et al, (2014), British Journal of Cancer, 110, 1402 - 1408

Cross-space-time clustering of childhood cancer in Great Britain: evidence for a common aetiology.

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McNally RJQ. et al, (2014), Int J Cancer, 134, 136 - 143

Updated investigations of cancer excesses in individuals born or resident in the vicinity of Sellafield and Dounreay

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Bunch KJ. et al, (2014), British Journal of Cancer, 111, 1814 - 1823

Measuring and monitoring blood utilization

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Murphy MF. and Yazer MH., (2013), Transfusion, 53, 3025 - 3028

Leukaemia in young children in the vicinity of British nuclear power plants: A case-control study

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Bithell JF. et al, (2013), British Journal of Cancer, 109, 2880 - 2885

Cancer Risk among Children Born after Assisted Conception

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Williams CL. et al, (2013), New England Journal of Medicine, 369, 1819 - 1827

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