Key term: breast cancer

Original article 2012;38(2):144-154   pdf
Breast cancer survivors’ views of factors that influence the return-to-work process – a qualitative study
Tamminga SJ, de Boer AGEM, Verbeek JHAM, Frings-Dresen MHW
 
Discussion paper 2010;36(2):163-179   pdf
Shift work and cancer – considerations on rationale, mechanisms, and epidemiology
Costa G, Haus E, Stevens R
 
Original article 2010;36(2):134-141   pdf
Night work and breast cancer – results from the German GENICA study
Pesch B, Harth V, Rabstein S, Baisch C, Schiffermann M, Pallapies D, Bonberg N, Heinze E, Spickenheuer A, Justenhoven C, Brauch H, Hamann U, Ko Y, Straif K, Brüning T
 
Discussion paper 2009;35(1):74-79   pdf
Shift work, chronodisruption and cancer?—the IARC 2007 challenge for research and prevention and 10 theses from the Cologne Colloquium 2008
Erren TC, Morfeld P, Stork J, Knauth P, von Mülmann MJA, Breitstadt R, Müller U, Emmerich M, Piekarski C
 
Reviews 2008;34(1):5-22   pdf
Nightshift work and risk of breast cancer and other cancers—a critical review of the epidemiologic evidence
Kolstad HA
 
Original article 2007;33(1):66-73   pdf
Cancer risk among 43 000 Norwegian nurses
Lie J-AS, Andersen A, Kjærheim K
 
Sessions on the epidemiology of agricultural exposure and cancer 2005;31 suppl 1:55-61   pdf
Endocrine-disrupting pesticides and selected hormonally dependent cancers
Muir KR
 
Original article 2002;28(3):158-162   pdf
Self-experienced physical workload and risk of breast cancer
Rintala PE, Pukkala E, Paakkulainen HT, Vihko VJ
 
Original article 2000;26(4):331-337   pdf
Hormone-dependent cancer and adverse reproductive outcomes in farmers' families - effects of climatic conditions favoring fungal growth in grain
Kristensen P, Andersen A, Irgens LM
 
Review 1997;23(1):5-14   pdf
Need for a European approach to the effects of extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields on cancer
ELF-EMF European Feasibility Study Group
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