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  1. The future of occupational health research
  2. Changing incidence of myeloproliferative neoplasms in Australia, 2003-2014
  3. Dimensions of attitudes to autonomous vehicles
  4. Interventions to Reduce Future Cancer Incidence from Diesel Engine Exhaust: What Might Work?
  5. Inter-rater Agreement Between Exposure Assessment Using Automatic Algorithms and Using Experts
  6. Shift work and cancer: more research needed from low and middle income countries
  7. Latex glove use among healthcare workers in Australia
  8. The Potential Implications of Autonomous Vehicles in and around the Workplace
  9. Are we doing enough to identify and prioritise occupational carcinogens?
  10. Chronotype and environmental light exposure in a student population
  11. A transcriptome-wide association study of 229,000 women identifies new candidate susceptibility genes for breast cancer
  12. Accuracy of a Mobile App to Identify Suspect Asbestos-Containing Material in Australian Residential Settings
  13. Does the Size of a Company Make a Difference in the Prevalence of Exposure to Asthmagens and in the Use of Respiratory Protective Equipment?
  14. Isocyanates in Australia: Current exposure to an old hazard
  15. Night shift work and breast cancer: a pooled analysis of population-based case–control studies with complete work history
  16. Association between shiftwork and the risk of colorectal cancer in females: a population-based case–control study
  17. Identifying Asbestos-Containing Materials in Homes: Design and Development of the ACM Check Mobile Phone App
  18. Questionnaire-based algorithm for assessing occupational noise exposure of construction workers
  19. Case–control study to assess the association between colorectal cancer and selected occupational agents using INTEROCC job exposure matrix
  20. Prevalence of occupational exposure to asthmagens derived from animals, fish and/or shellfish among Australian workers
  21. Identification of ten variants associated with risk of estrogen-receptor-negative breast cancer
  22. Self-reported shift work, recall bias, and belief about disease causation in a case-control study of breast cancer
  23. Complementing the Social Jet Lag by considering pristine internal time
  24. Shift work that involves circadian disruption and breast cancer: a first application of chronobiological theory and the consequent challenges
  25. Cancer incidence in the Western Australian mining industry (1996–2013)
  26. Identifying Asbestos-Containing Materials in Homes: Design and Development of the ACM Check Mobile Phone App (Preprint)
  27. Trends in exposure to respirable crystalline silica (1986-2014) in Australian mining
  28. Hypothesis: A perfect day conveys internal time
  29. The future excess fraction of occupational cancer among those exposed to carcinogens at work in Australia in 2012
  30. Association between family cancer history and risk of pancreatic cancer
  31. Breast cancer risk and the interaction between adolescent body size and weight gain in later life: A case-control study
  32. Focusing on the biological night: towards an epidemiological measure of circadian disruption
  33. Estimation of quantitative levels of diesel exhaust exposure and the health impact in the contemporary Australian mining industry
  34. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, statins, and pancreatic cancer risk: a population-based case–control study
  35. Australian work exposures studies: occupational exposure to pesticides
  36. Person-directed, non-pharmacological interventions for sleepiness at work and sleep disturbances caused by shift work
  37. Sedentary work and the risk of breast cancer in premenopausal and postmenopausal women: a pooled analysis of two case–control studies
  38. Evaluation of Automatically Assigned Job-Specific Interview Modules
  39. The future excess fraction model for calculating burden of disease
  40. Occupational exposures to engine exhausts and other PAHs and breast cancer risk: A population-based case-control study
  41. The estimated prevalence of exposure to asthmagens in the Australian workforce, 2014
  42. Occupation and Risk of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and Its Subtypes: A Pooled Analysis from the InterLymph Consortium
  43. Response to Kottek and Kilpatrick, ‘Estimating Occupational Exposure to Asbestos in Australia’
  44. Differences in the carcinogenic evaluation of glyphosate between the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
  45. The Australian Work Exposures Study: Prevalence of Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica
  46. Patient perspectives of a diagnosis of myeloproliferative neoplasm in a case control study
  47. Occupational exposure to carcinogens in Australian road transport workers
  48. A comprehensive list of asthmagens to inform health interventions in the Australian workplace
  49. A telephone survey of factors affecting willingness to participate in health research surveys
  50. Cancers in Australia in 2010 attributable to modifiable factors: introduction and overview
  51. Cancers in Australia attributable to exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation and prevented by regular sunscreen use
  52. Cancers in Australia in 2010 attributable to modifiable factors: summary and conclusions
  53. The Australian Work Exposures Study: Prevalence of Occupational Exposure to Formaldehyde
  54. The Australian Work Exposures Study: Occupational Exposure to Lead and Lead Compounds
  55. The Australian Work Exposures Study: Occupational Exposure to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
  56. Home paint exposures and risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia: findings from the Childhood Leukemia International Consortium
  57. Lifetime physical activity and risk of breast cancer in pre-and post-menopausal women
  58. Home pesticide exposures and risk of childhood leukemia: Findings from the childhood leukemia international consortium
  59. Prevalence of occupational exposure to carcinogens among workers of Arabic, Chinese and Vietnamese ancestry in Australia
  60. Women's beliefs about breast cancer causation in a breast cancer case-control study
  61. Longitudinal analysis of respiratory outcomes among bauxite exposed workers in western Australia
  62. Occupational exposure to solvents and risk of breast cancer
  63. Association between Helicobacter pylori and pancreatic cancer risk: a meta-analysis
  64. Carcinogenicity of tetrachlorvinphos, parathion, malathion, diazinon, and glyphosate
  65. Demographic and Occupational Differences Between Ethnic Minority Workers Who Did and Did Not Complete the Telephone Survey in English
  66. Development of a Job-Exposure Matrix (AsbJEM) to Estimate Occupational Exposure to Asbestos in Australia
  67. How common are myeloproliferative neoplasms? A systematic review and meta-analysis
  68. Occupational exposure toN-nitrosamines and pesticides and risk of pancreatic cancer
  69. IARC Monographs: 40 Years of Evaluating Carcinogenic Hazards to Humans
  70. The Australian Work Exposures Study: Prevalence of Occupational Exposure to Diesel Engine Exhaust
  71. Why Do People Participate in Epidemiological Research?
  72. A cross-sectional survey to investigate community understanding of medical research ethics committees
  73. Multiple Primary Cancers Associated with Merkel Cell Carcinoma in Queensland, Australia, 1982–2011
  74. Taking risks and survival jobs: Foreign-born workers and work-related injuries in Australia
  75. Smoking, alcohol, diabetes, obesity, socioeconomic status, and the risk of colorectal cancer in a population-based case–control study
  76. Vehicle refuelling, use of domestic wood heaters and the risk of childhood brain tumours: Results from an Australian case-control study
  77. Association between hypermethylation of DNA repetitive elements in white blood cell DNA and pancreatic cancer
  78. Beliefs and perceptions about the causes of breast cancer: a case-control study
  79. Assessment of exposure to shiftwork mechanisms in the general population: the development of a new job-exposure matrix
  80. Parental occupational paint exposure and risk of childhood leukemia in the offspring: findings from the Childhood Leukemia International Consortium
  81. Carcinogenicity of perfluorooctanoic acid, tetrafluoroethylene, dichloromethane, 1,2-dichloropropane, and 1,3-propane sultone
  82. Incidence and Survival for Merkel Cell Carcinoma in Queensland, Australia, 1993-2010
  83. Public perceptions of cancer risk factors: a Western Australian study
  84. Erratum: Parental occupational exposure to engine exhausts and childhood brain tumors
  85. Firefighters and cancer: Where are we and where to now?
  86. Erratum to: Exposure to pesticides and the risk of childhood brain tumors
  87. Childhood brain tumours: associations with parental occupational exposure to solvents
  88. Parental occupational pesticide exposure and the risk of childhood leukemia in the offspring: Findings from the childhood leukemia international consortium
  89. How common are myeloproliferative neoplasms? A systematic review and meta-analysis
  90. Cigarette smoking and pancreatic cancer risk: More to the story than just pack-years
  91. Occupational exposure to solar radiation in Australia: who is exposed and what protection do they use?
  92. Childhood and parental diagnostic radiological procedures and risk of childhood brain tumors
  93. Tea, Coffee, and Milk Consumption and Colorectal Cancer Risk
  94. Exposure to household painting and floor treatments, and parental occupational paint exposure and risk of childhood brain tumors: results from an Australian case–control study
  95. Association between ultraviolet radiation, skin sun sensitivity and risk of pancreatic cancer
  96. International comparisons of the incidence and mortality of sinonasal cancer
  97. Occupational Exposure to Ionizing Radiation and Risk of Breast Cancer in Western Australia
  98. An advance letter did not increase the response rates in a telephone survey: a randomized trial
  99. Rule-based exposure assessment versus case-by-case expert assessment using the same information in a community-based study
  100. Noticing pesticide spray drift from agricultural pesticide application areas and breast cancer: a case-control study
  101. Estimated prevalence of exposure to occupational carcinogens in Australia (2011–2012)
  102. Long-term effects of aluminium dust inhalation
  103. The association between different night shiftwork factors and breast cancer: a case–control study
  104. Is Step Down Assessment of screen-detected lesions as safe as workup at a Metropolitan Assessment Centre?
  105. Dermal Exposure Associated with Occupational End Use of Pesticides and the Role of Protective Measures
  106. Access to the Commonwealth electoral roll for medical research
  107. Lifestyle factors associated with survival after colorectal cancer diagnosis
  108. Household and occupational exposure to pesticides and risk of breast cancer
  109. Cancer incidence and mortality among underground and surface goldminers in Western Australia
  110. Exposure to pesticides and the risk of childhood brain tumors
  111. Occupational pesticide exposure among Yemeni women
  112. Response
  113. Mental health in female veterinarians: effects of working hours and having children
  114. Quantitative exposure metrics for sleep disturbance and their association with breast cancer risk
  115. The relationship between shift work and body mass index among Canadian nurses
  116. Girschik et al. Respond to "Sleep Duration and Breast Cancer"
  117. Self-reported Sleep Duration, Sleep Quality, and Breast Cancer Risk in a Population-based Case-Control Study
  118. Parental occupational exposure to engine exhausts and childhood brain tumors
  119. Carcinogenicity of trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, some other chlorinated solvents, and their metabolites
  120. Serious injuries to Australian veterinarians working with cattle
  121. Surgical management in patients with pancreatic cancer: a Queensland perspective
  122. Dietary and Supplemental Folate and the Risk of Left- and Right-Sided Colorectal Cancer
  123. Physical Activity and Risks of Proximal and Distal Colon Cancers: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
  124. Outcome of mammography in women with large breasts
  125. Risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia following parental occupational exposure to pesticides
  126. Sharing JEMS in occupational cohort studies: what if measurement data are not available?
  127. Effect of false-positive screening mammograms on rescreening in Western Australia
  128. Breast cancer among Yemeni women using the National Oncology Centre Registry 2004–2010
  129. Including questionnaires with the invitation package appeared to increase the response fraction among women
  130. Resistance training and the risk of colon and rectal cancers
  131. Author's Response
  132. OccIDEAS: An Innovative Tool to Assess Past Asbestos Exposure in the Australian Mesothelioma Registry
  133. A priority list of occupational carcinogenic agents for preventative action in Australia
  134. Controlling occupational cancers in Australia
  135. Sharing the knowledge gained from occupational cohort studies: a call for action
  136. Reliability of a Sleep Quality Questionnaire for Use in Epidemiologic Studies
  137. Validation of Self-Reported Sleep Against Actigraphy
  138. The Effect of Lottery Scratch Tickets and Donation Offers on Response Fraction
  139. Triaging Jobs in a Community-Based Case–Control Study to Increase Efficiency of the Expert Occupational Assessment Method
  140. BreastScreen-based mammography screening in women with a personal history of breast cancer, Western Australian study
  141. Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and the Risk of Proximal Colon, Distal Colon, and Rectal Cancers in a Case-Control Study in Western Australia
  142. Merkel cell carcinoma in Western Australia: a population-based study of incidence and survival
  143. Timing and intensity of recreational physical activity and the risk of subsite-specific colorectal cancer
  144. Risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia following parental occupational exposure to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields
  145. Hypotheses for mechanisms linking shiftwork and cancer
  146. Parental occupational exposure to exhausts, solvents, glues and paints, and risk of childhood leukemia
  147. Refuelling of vehicles, the use of wood burners and the risk of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in childhood
  148. Second cancer incidence and cancer mortality among chronic lymphocytic leukaemia patients: a population-based study
  149. P2-298 Meat derived mutagenic activity and the risk of colorectal cancer
  150. Long-Term Sedentary Work and the Risk of Subsite-specific Colorectal Cancer
  151. Meat consumption and cooking practices and the risk of colorectal cancer
  152. Increasing Study Participation
  153. Selected Dietary Micronutrients and the Risk of Right- and Left-Sided Colorectal Cancers: A Case-Control Study in Western Australia
  154. Non-cancer mortality among people diagnosed with lymphohaematopoietic neoplasm in Australia
  155. Exposure to professional pest control treatments and the risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia
  156. Risk of second cancer after lymphohematopoietic neoplasm
  157. Considerations of circadian impact for defining 'shift work' in cancer studies: IARC Working Group Report
  158. Dietary Benzo[a]pyrene Intake from Meat and the Risk of Colorectal Cancer
  159. Exposure to Diagnostic Radiological Procedures and the Risk of Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
  160. Is potroom asthma due more to sulphur dioxide than fluoride? An inception cohort study in the Australian aluminium industry
  161. Re: "Night-Shift Work and Breast Cancer Risk in a Cohort of Chinese Women"
  162. Exposure to house painting and the use of floor treatments and the risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia
  163. Predicting patient tolerance of endoscopy with conscious sedation
  164. Corrigendum to: Screening for breast cancer post reduction mammoplasty [65 (3) 198–205]
  165. Representativeness of child controls recruited by random digit dialling
  166. Screening for breast cancer post reduction mammoplasty
  167. Sun damage in teenagers' skin
  168. Breast cancer in priests: follow-up of an observation made 167 years ago
  169. Maternal folate and other vitamin supplementation during pregnancy and risk of acute lymphoblastic leukemia in the offspring
  170. No Role for Melanoma Treatment in the Association between Melanoma and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or Parkinson’s Disease
  171. Could mining be protective against prostate cancer? A study and literature review
  172. Shift work and cancer
  173. Non-Hodgkin lymphoma and occupational radiation exposure assessed using local data
  174. TheMTHFRC677T and ΔDNMT3B C-149T polymorphisms confer different risks for right- and left-sided colorectal cancer
  175. Histopathology reporting of breast cancer in Queensland: the impact on the quality of reporting as a result of the introduction of recommendations
  176. Utility of routine data sources for feedback on the quality of cancer care: an assessment based on clinical practice guidelines
  177. Significant injuries in Australian veterinarians and use of safety precautions
  178. Associations of Unscavenged Anesthetic Gases and Long Working Hours With Preterm Delivery in Female Veterinarians
  179. Birth Defects in Offspring of Female Veterinarians
  180. Relationships between alumina and bauxite dust exposure and cancer, respiratory and circulatory disease
  181. Relationship between cardiopulmonary mortality and cancer risk and quantitative exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, fluorides, and dust in two prebake aluminum smelters
  182. Psychological well-being of Australian veterinarians
  183. Is farm-related job title an adequate surrogate for pesticide exposure in occupational cancer epidemiology?
  184. Mortality and cancer incidence in workers in two Australian prebake aluminium smelters
  185. Completeness of Histopathology Reporting of Melanoma in a High-Incidence Geographical Region
  186. OccIDEAS: Retrospective Occupational Exposure Assessment in Community-Based Studies Made Easier
  187. Maternal occupational exposures and risk of spontaneous abortion in veterinary practice
  188. Acute myeloid leukemia after breast cancer: a population-based comparison with hematological malignancies and other cancers
  189. Trends in testicular germ cell cancer incidence in Australia
  190. All cause mortality and incidence of cancer in workers in bauxite mines and alumina refineries
  191. Dietary Patterns Identified Using Factor Analysis and Prostate Cancer Risk: A Case Control Study in Western Australia
  192. Self-reported information on the diagnosis of colorectal cancer was reliable but not necessarily valid
  193. Deaths from non-melanoma skin cancer in Western Australia
  194. Dietary patterns and surgically treated benign prostatic hyperplasia: a case control study in Western Australia
  195. An Inverse Association Between Preserved Fish and Prostate Cancer: Results From a Population-Based Case-Control Study in Canada
  196. Do aggregates of multiple questions better capture overall fish consumption than summary questions?
  197. Comparison of First, Last, and Longest-Held Jobs as Surrogates for All Jobs in Estimating Cumulative Exposure in Cross-Sectional Studies of Work-Related Asthma
  198. The incidence of second primary invasive melanoma in Queensland, 1982–2003
  199. Mortality of former crocidolite (blue asbestos) miners and millers at Wittenoom
  200. Patterns of Surgical Treatment for Women Diagnosed with Early Breast Cancer in Queensland
  201. Risk factors for surgically treated benign prostatic hyperplasia in Western Australia
  202. Five-year survival from breast cancer in Western Australia over a decade
  203. Left-handedness and risk of breast cancer
  204. Trends in exposure of veterinarians to physical and chemical hazards and use of protection practices
  205. Health behaviors of cancer survivors: data from an Australian population-based survey
  206. Population Based Incidence and Age Distribution of Spermatocytic Seminoma
  207. Fruit, vegetable, vitamin A intakes, and prostate cancer risk
  208. Occupational exposure to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation and risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma
  209. A valid semiquantitative food frequency questionnaire to measure fish consumption
  210. Failure to complete adjuvant chemotherapy is associated with adverse survival in stage III colon cancer patients
  211. Atopy, exposure to pesticides and risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma
  212. Age and Sex Differences in Malignant Mesothelioma After Residential Exposure to Blue Asbestos (Crocidolite)
  213. Prevalence of occupational exposures and protective practices in Australian female veterinarians
  214. Mortality due to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease among Melanoma Patients
  215. Rural–urban differences in the presentation, management and survival of breast cancer in Western Australia
  216. Solaria use in Queensland, Australia
  217. Health Status of Long-term Cancer Survivors: Results from an Australian Population-Based Sample
  218. The Queensland Cancer Risk Study: behavioural risk factor results
  219. Evaluating the usefulness of self-reported risk factors in a skin cancer screening program
  220. Plasma vitamin concentrations and incidence of mesothelioma and lung cancer in individuals exposed to crocidolite at Wittenoom, Western Australia
  221. Occupational exposure to power frequency magnetic fields and risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma
  222. Occupational risk factors for prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia: a case-control study in Western Australia
  223. Validity of Melanoma Diagnosis in a Community-based Screening Program
  224. Cancer due to occupation in Australia
  225. Seasonal variation of participation in colorectal neoplasia screening by colonoscopy or ct colonography
  226. Specific Infections, Infection-Related Behavior, and Risk of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in Adults
  227. Non-Cancer Mortality among People Diagnosed with Cancer (Australia)
  228. Vietnam military service history and prostate cancer
  229. Injury in Australian veterinarians
  230. Who attends skin cancer screening in Western Australia? Results from the Lions Cancer Institute skin cancer screening program
  231. Chronicity of Psychological Strain in Occupational Settings and the Accuracy of the General Health Questionnaire.
  232. Pathology reporting of breast cancer: trends in 1989-1999, following the introduction of mammographic screening in Western Australia
  233. Occupational Exposure to Pesticides and Risk of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
  234. Erratum
  235. Collection of population-based cancer staging information in Western Australia – a feasibility study
  236. Methodological issues in linking study participants to Australian cancer registries using different methods: lessons from a cohort study
  237. Assessing the effectiveness of a mammography screening service
  238. Plasma Concentrations of Retinol, Carotene, and Vitamin E and Mortality in Subjects With Asbestosis in a Cohort Exposed to Crocidolite in Wittenoom, Western Australia
  239. Risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma associated with occupational exposure to solvents, metals, organic dusts and PCBs (Australia)
  240. Plasma retinol, carotene and vitamin E concentrations and lung function in a crocidolite-exposed cohort from Wittenoom, Western Australia: a cohort study
  241. Birth Order, Atopy, and Risk of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
  242. Occupational exposure to endotoxin reduces lung cancer rates
  243. Reply to Hocking and Lange et al.
  244. Surgical caseload and outcomes for women with invasive breast cancer treated in Western Australia
  245. Effects of asbestos and smoking on the levels and rates of change of lung function in a crocidolite exposed cohort in Western Australia
  246. Surgical management of lung cancer in Western Australia in 1996 and its outcomes
  247. Validity of self reported male balding patterns in epidemiological studies
  248. Cancer Incidence in Textile Manufacturing Workers in Australia
  249. Artificial Neural Networks and Job-specific Modules to Assess Occupational Exposure
  250. Benzene Exposure and Leukemia
  251. Influences on participation in a community-based colorectal neoplasia screening program by virtual colonoscopy in Australia
  252. Community-Based Screening by Colonoscopy or Computed Tomographic Colonography in Asymptomatic Average-Risk Subjects
  253. Mortality in an Australian cohort of textile workers
  254. Occupational health risks in veterinary nursing: an exploratory study
  255. Malignant pleural and peritoneal mesotheliomas in former miners and millers of crocidolite at Wittenoom, Western Australia
  256. Colorectal Neoplasia Screening with CT Colonography in Average-Risk Asymptomatic Subjects: Community-based Study
  257. Aerodigestive and gastrointestinal tract cancers and exposure tocrocidolite (blue asbestos): Incidence and mortality among formercrocidolite workers
  258. Leukemia risk and relevant benzene exposure period?Re: Follow-up time on risk estimates, Am J Ind Med 42:481-489, 2002
  259. Pigmentary characteristics, sun sensitivity and non-Hodgkin lymphoma
  260. Sun exposure may protect against non-Hodgkin lymphoma: A case-control study
  262. Leukemia Risk Associated With Low-Level Benzene Exposure
  263. Mortality and cancer incidence in a cohort of meatworkers
  265. Nodular melanoma: Patients' perceptions of presenting features and implications for earlier detection
  266. Validation of expert assessment of occupational exposures
  267. Allergy, Atopy, and Cancer: A Prospective Study of the 1981 Busselton Cohort
  268. Nodular Melanoma Is Not a Distinct Entity—Reply
  269. Nodular Melanoma Is Not a Distinct Entity—Reply
  270. Reproducibility of Survey Results from a Study of Occupation-Related Respiratory Health in the Aluminum Industry
  271. Risk of Respiratory Complications and Wound Infection in Patients Undergoing Ambulatory Surgery
  272. Letter to the Editor and Rebuttal
  273. Nodular Type and Older Age as the Most Significant Associations of Thick Melanoma in Victoria, Australia
  274. Respiratory symptoms and lung function in bauxite miners
  275. Respiratory Morbidity and Exposure to Bauxite, Alumina and Caustic Mist in Alumina Refineries
  276. Respiratory disorders and allergies in tea packers
  277. A Task Exposure Database for Use in the Alumina and Primary Aluminium Industry
  278. Comparison of Occupational Exposure Using Three Different Methods: Hygiene Panel, Job Exposure Matrix (JEM), and Self Reports
  279. Beyond the job exposure matrix (JEM): the task exposure matrix (TEM)
  280. Cancer in veterinarians
  281. Workplace exposures and oesophageal cancer
  282. Respiratory symptoms and lung function in alumina refinery employees
  283. Respiratory symptoms and lung function in two prebake aluminum smelters
  284. Characteristics of familial and non-familial melanoma in Australia
  285. Occupational Exposures and Gastric Cancer
  286. Bacille Calmette-Guerin Vaccination and Incidence of IDDM in Montreal, Canada
  287. Reliability of an expert rating procedure for retrospective assessment of occupational exposures in community‐based case‐control studies
  288. Lymphoma, myeloma and occupation: Results of a case-control study
  289. Incidence of cancer among New South Wales adolescents: Which classification scheme describes adolescent cancers better?
  290. A Non-Invasive Measure of Photoageing
  291. Naevi in schoolchildren in Scotland and Australia
  292. Sun exposure in Australian adolescents