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U.S. Radiologic Technologists Study Publications

2021

  1. Fuhrman BJ, Moore SC, Byrne C, et al. Association of the age at menarche with site-specific cancer risks in pooled data from nine cohorts. Cancer Res 2021.
  2. Little MP, Lee T, Kimlin MG, et al. Lifetime ambient UV radiation exposure and risk of basal cell carcinoma by anatomic site in a nationwide U.S. cohort, 1983-2005. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2021.
  3. Villoing D, Borrego D, Preston DL, et al. Trends in occupational radiation doses for U.S. radiologic technologists performing general radiologic and nuclear medicine procedures, 1980-2015. Radiology 2021.

2020

  1. Berrington de González A, Daniels RD, Cardis E, et al. Epidemiological studies of low-dose ionizing radiation and cancer: Rationale and framework for the monograph and overview of eligible studies. J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr 2020.
  2. Daniels RD, Kendall GM, Thierry-Chef I, et al. Strengths and weaknesses of dosimetry used in studies of low-dose radiation exposure and cancer. J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr 2020.
  3. Gilbert ES, Little MP, Preston DL, et al. Issues in interpreting epidemiologic studies of populations exposed to low-dose, high-energy photon radiation. J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr 2020.
  4. Hauptmann M, Daniels RD, Cardis E, et al. Epidemiological studies of low-dose ionizing radiation and cancer: Summary bias assessment and meta-analysis. J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr 2020.
  5. Linet MS, Little MP, Kitahara CM, et al. Occupational radiation and haematopoietic malignancy mortality in the retrospective cohort study of U.S. radiologic technologists, 1983-2012. Occup Environ Med 2020.
  6. Linet MS, Schubauer-Berigan MK, Berrington de González A. Outcome assessment in epidemiological studies of low-dose radiation exposure and cancer risks: Sources, level of ascertainment, and misclassification. J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr 2020.
  7. Little MP, Cahoon EK, Kitahara CM, et al. Occupational radiation exposure and excess additive risk of cataract incidence in a cohort of US radiologic technologists. Occup Environ Med 2020.
  8. Little MP, Patel A, Hamada N, et al. Analysis of cataract in relationship to occupational radiation dose accounting for dosimetric uncertainties in a cohort of U.S. radiologic technologists. Radiat Res 2020.
  9. Schubauer-Berigan MK, Berrington de Gonzalez A, Cardis E, et al. Evaluation of confounding and selection bias in epidemiological studies of populations exposed to low-dose, high-energy photon radiation. J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr 2020.
  10. Velazquez-Kronen R, Gilbert ES, Linet MS, et al. Lung cancer mortality associated with protracted low-dose occupational radiation exposures and smoking behaviors in U.S. radiologic technologists, 1983-2012. Int J Cancer 2020.
  11. Villoing D, Cuthbert TA, Kitahara CM, Lee C. NCINM: Organ dose calculator for patients undergoing nuclear medicine procedures. Biomed Phys Eng Express 2020.

2019

  1. Gallagher LG, Ilango S, Wundes A, et al. Lifetime exposure to ultraviolet radiation and the risk of multiple sclerosis in the U.S. radiologic technologists cohort study. Mult Scler 2019.
  2. Little MP, Cahoon EK, Kitahara CM, et al. Occupational radiation exposure and excess additive risk of cataract incidence in a cohort of U.S. radiologic technologists. Occup Environ Med 2020.
  3. Little MP, Linet MS, Kimlin MG, et al. Cumulative solar ultraviolet radiation exposure and basal cell carcinoma of the skin in a nationwide U.S. cohort using satellite and ground-based measures. Environ Health 2019.
  4. Velazquez-Kronen R, Borrego D, Gilbert ES, et al. Cataract risk in U.S. radiologic technologists assisting with fluoroscopically guided interventional procedures: A retrospective cohort study. Occup Environ Med 2019.

2018

  1. Bernier M-O, Journy N, Villoing D, et al. Risk of cataract in U.S. radiologic technologists performing nuclear medicine procedures. Radiology 2018. 
  2. Bernier M-O, Doody MM, Van Dyke ME, et al. Work history and radioprotection practices in relation to cancer incidence and mortality in U.S. radiologic technologists performing nuclear medicine procedures. Occup Environ Med 2018. 
  3. Delavar A, Freedman DM, Velazquez-Kronen R, et al. Ultraviolet radiation and incidence of cataracts in a nationwide U.S. cohort. Ophthalmic Epidemiol 2018.
  4. Kitahara CM, Preston DL, Neta G, et al. Occupational radiation exposure and thyroid cancer incidence in a cohort of U.S. radiologic technologists, 1983-2013. Int J Cancer 2018. 
  5. Little MP, Lim H, Friesen MC, et al. Assessment of thyroid cancer risk associated with radiation dose from personal diagnostic examinations in a cohort study of U.S. radiologic technologists, followed 1983-2014. BMJ Open 2018.
  6. Little MP, Tatalovich Z, Linet MS, et al. Improving assessment of lifetime solar ultraviolet radiation exposure in epidemiologic studies: Comparison of ultraviolet exposure assessment methods in a nationwide United States occupational cohort. Photochem Photobiol 2018. 
  7. Little MP, Kitahara CM, Cahoon EK, et al. Occupational radiation exposure and glaucoma and macular degeneration in the U.S. radiologic technologistsSci Rep 2018.
  8. Little MP, Kitahara CM, Cahoon EK, et al. Occupational radiation exposure and risk of cataracts in the U.S. radiologic technologists. Eur J Epidemiol 2018. 
  9. Liu JJ, Cahoon EK, Linet MS, et al. Relationship between plasma 25-hydroxymitamin D and leucocyte telomere length by sex and race in a U.S. study - CORRIGENDUM. Br J Nutr 2018.
  10. Nichols HB, Schoemaker MJ, Cai K, et al. Recent childbirth and breast cancer risk: Findings from an international pooling project of 15 cohort studies. Ann Intern Med 2018.
  11. Petrick JL, Campbell PT, Koshiol J, et al. Tobacco smoking, alcohol use and risk of hepatocellular carcinoma and intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma: The Liver Cancer Pooling Project. Br J Cancer 2018.
  12. Petrick JL, Thistle JE, Zeleniuch-Jacquotte A, et al. Body mass index, diabetes and intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma risk: The Liver Cancer Pooling Project and Meta-analysis. Am J Gastroenterol 2018. 
  13. Villoing D, Yoder RC, Passmore C, et al. A U.S. multicenter study of recorded occupational radiation badge doses in nuclear medicine. Radiology 2018.
  14. Villoing D, Kitahara CM, Passmore C, et al. Photon energy readings in OSL dosimeter filters: An application to retrospective dose estimation for nuclear medicine workers. J Radiol Prot 2018. 

2017

  1. Campbell PT, Newton CC, Kitahara CM, et al. Body size indicators and risk of gallbladder cancer: Pooled analysis of individual-level data from 19 prospective cohort studies. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2017.
  2. Chang LA, Miller DL, Lee C, et al. Thyroid radiation dose to patients from diagnostic radiology procedures over eight decades: 1930-2010. Health Phys 2017. 
  3. Journy NMY, Bernier M-O, Doody MM, et al. Hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism and cause-specific mortality in a large cohort of women. Thyroid 2017.
  4. Kitahara CM, Linet MS, Balter S, et al. Occupational radiation exposure and deaths from malignant intracranial neoplasms in U.S. radiologic technologists, 1983-2012. AJR Am J Roentgenol 2017.
  5. Kitahara CM, Miller DL. Reply to "Occupational Radiation Exposure in Interventional Radiology and the Risks of Acquiring a Brain Tumor". AJR Am J Roentgenol 2017. 
  6. Nichols HB, Schoemaker MJ, Wright LB, et al. The Premenopausal Breast Cancer Collaboration: A pooling project of studies participating in the National Cancer Institute Cohort Consortium. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2017.
  7. Villoing D, Drozdovitch V, Simon SL, et al. Estimated organ doses to patients from diagnostic nuclear medicine examinations over five decades: 1960-2010. Health Phys 2017.
  8. Zamoiski RD, Linet MS, Cahoon EK. Response to Grant [Environ Res. 2017] re “Prospective study of ultraviolet radiation exposure and risk of breast cancer in the United States.” Environ Res 2017.
  9. Zamoiski RD, Cahoon EK, Freedman DM, et al. Prospective study of ultraviolet radiation exposure and thyroid cancer risk in the United States. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2017. 

2016

  1. Campbell PT, Newton CC, Freedman ND, et al. Body mass index, waist circumference, diabetes, and risk of liver cancer for U.S. adults. Cancer Res 2016.
  2. Kitahara CM, McCullough M, Franceschi S, et al. Anthropometric factors and thyroid cancer risk by histological subtype: Pooled analysis of 22 prospective studies. Thyroid 2016.
  3. Lim H, Linet MS, Van Dyke ME, et al. Changing patterns in the performance of fluoroscopically guided interventional procedures and adherence to radiation safety practices in a U.S. cohort of radiologic technologists. Am J Roentgenol 2016.
  4. Liu JJ, Cahoon EK, Linet MS, et al. Relationship between plasma 25-hydroxymitamin D and leucocyte telomere length by sex and race in a U.S. study. Br J Nutr 2016.
  5. Melo D, Miller DL, Moroz B, et al. Organ doses from diagnostic medical radiography-trends over eight decades (1930 to 2010). Health Phys 2016.
  6. Moore SC, Lee IM, Weiderpass E, et al. Association of leisure-time physical activity and risk of 26 types of cancer in 1.44 million adults. JAMA Intern Med 2016.
  7. Preston DL, Kitahara CM, Freedman DM, et al. Breast cancer risk and protracted low-to-moderate dose occupational radiation exposure in the U.S. Radiologic Technologists Cohort, 1983–2008. Brit J Cancer 2016.
  8. Rajaraman P, Doody MM, Yu CL, et al. Incidence and mortality risks for circulatory diseases in U.S. radiologic technologists who worked with fluoroscopically guided interventional procedures, 1994-2008. Occup Environ Med 2016.
  9. Rajaraman P, Doody MM, Yu CL, et al. Cancer risks in U.S. radiologic technologists working with fluoroscopically guided interventional procedures, 1994-2008. Am J Roentgenol 2016. 
  10. The Global BMI Mortality Collaboration. Body-mass index and all-cause mortality: Individual participant-data meta-analysis of 239 prospective studies in four continents. Lancet 2016.
  11. Van Dyke ME, Drozdovitch V, Doody MM, et al. Historical patterns in the types of procedures performed and radiation safety practices used in nuclear medicine from 1945-2009. Health Phys 2016. 
  12. Zamoiski RD, Freedman DM, Linet MS, et al. Prospective study of ultraviolet radiation exposure and risk of breast cancer in the United States. Environ Res 2016.
  13. Zeng C, Guo X, Long J, et al. Identification of independent association signals and putative functional variants for breast cancer risk through fine-scale mapping of the 12p11 locus. Breast Cancer Res 2016.

2015

  1. Arem H, Moore SC, Patel A, Hartge P, et al. Leisure time physical activity and mortality: A detailed pooled analysis of the dose-response relationship. JAMA Intern Med 2015.
  2. Cahoon EK, Kitahara CM, Ntowe E, et al. Female estrogen-related factors and incidence of basal cell carcinoma in a nationwide U.S. cohort. J Clin Oncol 2015. 
  3. Collaborative Group on Epidemiological Studies of Ovarian Cancer, Beral V, Gaitskell K, et al. Menopausal hormone use and ovarian cancer risk: Individual participant meta-analysis of 52 epidemiological studies. Lancet 2015.
  4. Drozdovitch V, Brill AB, Callahan RJ, et al. Use of radiopharmaceuticals in diagnostic nuclear medicine in the United States: 1960-2010. Health Phys 2015.
  5. Freedman DM, Kitahara CM, Linet MS, et al. Ambient temperature and risk of first primary basal cell carcinoma: A nationwide United States cohort study. J Photochem Photobiol B 2015.
  6. Gaudet MM, Kitahara CM, Newton CC, et al. Anthropometry and head and neck cancer: A pooled analysis of cohort data. Int J Epidemiol 2015.
  7. Genkinger JM, Kitahara CM, Bernstein L, et al. Central adiposity, obesity during early adulthood, and pancreatic cancer mortality in a pooled analysis of cohort studies. Ann Oncol 2015. 
  8. Kitahara CM, Linet MS, Rajaraman P, et al. A new era of low-dose radiation epidemiology. Curr Environ Health Rep 2015.
  9. Kitahara CM, Linet MS, Drozdovitch V, et al. Cancer and circulatory disease risks in U.S. radiologic technologists associated with performing procedures involving radionuclides. Occup Environ Med 2015.
  10. Lee T, Sigurdson AJ, Preston DL, et al. Occupational ionising radiation and risk of basal cell carcinoma in U.S. radiologic technologists (1983-2005). Occup Environ Med 2015.
  11. Mavaddat N, Pharoah PDP, Michailidou K, et al. Prediction of breast cancer risk based on profiling with common genetic variants. J Natl Cancer Inst 2015.
  12. McGlynn KA, Sahasrabuddhe VV, Campbell PT, et al. Reproductive factors, exogenous hormone use and risk of hepatocellular carcinoma among US women: Results from the Liver Cancer Pooling Project. Br J Cancer 2015.
  13. Patel DK, Kitahara CM, Park Y, et al. Thyroid cancer and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug use: A pooled analysis of patients over 40 years of age. Thyroid 2015.
  14. Petrick JL, Freedman ND, Graubard BI, et al. Coffee consumption and risk of hepatocellular carcinoma and intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma by sex: The Liver Cancer Pooling Project. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2015.
  15. Petrick JL, Sahasrabuddhe VV, Chan AT, et al. NSAID use and risk of hepatocellular carcinoma and intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma: The Liver Cancer Pooling Project. Cancer Prev Res 2015. 
  16. Sampson JN, Wheeler WA, Yeager M, et al. Analysis of heritability and shared heritability based on genome-wide association studies for thirteen cancer types. J Natl Cancer Inst 2015. Correction: J Natl Cancer Inst 2016.

2014

  1. Drozdovitch V, Brill AB, Mettler FA Jr., et al. Nuclear medicine practices in the 1950s through the mid-1970s and occupational radiation doses to technologists from diagnostic radioisotope procedures. Health Phys 2014.
  2. Kitahara CM, Flint AJ, Berrington de González A, et al. Association between class III obesity (BMI of 40-59 kg/m2) and mortality: A pooled analysis of 20 prospective studies. PLoS Med 2014.
  3. Little MP, Kwon D, Doi K, et al. Association of chromosome translocation rate with low dose occupational radiation exposures in U.S. radiologic technologists. Radiat Res 2014.
  4. Liu JJ, Freedman DM, Little MP, et al. Work history and mortality risks in 90,268 U.S. radiologic technologists. Occup Environ Med 2014.
  5. McDonald EC, Freedman DM, Alexander BH, et al. Prescription diuretic use and risk of basal cell carcinoma in the nationwide U.S. Radiologic Technologists cohort. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2014.
  6. Park Y, Wang S, Kitahara CM, et al. Body mass index and risk of death in Asian Americans. Am J Public Health 2014.
  7. Simon SL, Preston DL, Linet MS, et al. Radiation organ doses received by U.S. radiologic technologists: Methods and findings. Radiat Res 2014.
  8. Teras LR, Kitahara CM, Birmann BM, et al. Body size and multiple myeloma mortality: A pooled analysis of 20 prospective studies. Br J Haematol 2014.

2013

  1. Brenner AV, Neta G, Sturgis EM, et al. Common single nucleotide polymorphisms in genes related to immune function and risk of papillary thyroid cancer. PLoS One 2013.
  2. Cahoon EK, Wheeler DC, Kimlin MG, et al. Individual, environmental, and meteorological predictors of daily personal ultraviolet radiation exposure measurements in a United States cohort study. PLoS One 2013.
  3. Freedman DM, Cahoon EK, Rajaraman P, et al. Sunlight and other determinants of circulating 25-Hydroxyvitamin D levels in black and white participants of a nationwide U.S. study. Am J Epidemiol 2013.
  4. Fuhrman BJ, Freedman DM, Bhatti P, et al. Sunlight, polymorphisms in vitamin D-related genes and risk of breast cancer. Anticancer Res 2013.
  5. Major JM, Graubard BI, Dodd KW, et al. Variability and reproducibility of circulating vitamin D in a nationwide U.S. population. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2013.
  6. Neta G, Rajaraman P, Berrington de González A, et al. A prospective study of medical diagnostic radiography and risk of thyroid cancer. Am J Epidemiol 2013.
  7. Nickels S, Truong T, Hein R, et al. Evidence of gene-environment interactions between common breast cancer susceptibility loci and established environmental risk factors. PLOS Genet 2013.
  8. Schonfeld SJ, Hartge P, Pfeiffer RM, et al. An aggregated analysis of hormonal factors and endometrial cancer risk by parity. Cancer 2013.

2012

  1. Aschebrook-Kilfoy B, Neta G, Brenner AV, et al. Common genetic variants in metabolism and detoxification pathways and the risk of papillary thyroid cancer. Endocr Relat Cancer 2012.
  2. Collaborative Group on Hormonal Factors in Breast Cancer: Beral V, Bull D, Pirie K, et al. Menarche, menopause, and breast cancer risk: Individual participant meta-analysis, including 118,964 women with breast cancer from 117 epidemiological studies. Lancet Oncol 2012.
  3. Cahoon E, Rajaraman P, Alexander BH, et al. Use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and risk of basal cell carcinoma in the United States Radiologic Technologists Study. Int J Cancer 2012.
  4. Collaborativc Group on Epidemiological Studies of Ovarian Cancer: Beral V, Gaitskell K, Hermon C, et al. Ovarian cancer and smoking: Individual participant meta-analysis including 28,114 women with ovarian cancer from 51 epidemiological studies. Lancet Oncol 2012.
  5. Collaborative Group on Epidemiological Studies of Ovarian Cancer: Beral V, Hermon C, Peto R, et al. Ovarian cancer and body size: Individual participant meta-analysis including 25,157 women with ovarian cancer from 47 epidemiological studies. PLoS Med 2012.
  6. Gerstenblith MR, Rajaraman P, Khaykin E, et al. Basal cell carcinoma and anthropometric factors in the U.S. Radiologic Technologists Cohort Study. Int J Cancer 2012.
  7. Kitahara CM, Linet MS, Beane Freeman LE, et al. Cigarette smoking, alcohol intake, and thyroid cancer risk: A pooled analysis of five prospective cohorts in the United States. Cancer Causes Control 2012.
  8. Kitahara CM, Platz EA, Beane Freeman LE, et al. Physical activity, diabetes, and thyroid cancer risk: A pooled analysis of five prospective studies. Cancer Causes Control 2012.
  9. Kitahara CM, Neta G, Pfeiffer RM, et al. Common obesity-related genetic variants and papillary thyroid cancer risk. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarker Prev 2012.
  10. Neta G, Yu CL, Brenner A, Gu F, et al. Common genetic variants in the 8q24 region and risk of papillary thyroid cancer. Laryngoscope 2012.
  11. Schonfeld SJ, Neta G, Sturgis EM, et al. Common genetic variants in sex hormone pathway genes and papillary thyroid cancer risk. Thyroid 2012.
  12. Thierry-Chef I, Simon SL, Weinstock RM, et al. Reconstruction of absorbed doses to fibroglandular tissue of the breast of women undergoing mammography (1960 to the present). Radiat Res 2012.

2011

  1. Berrington de González A, Hartge P, Thun MJ. Body-mass index and mortality in 1.46 million white adults. Authors’ response. N Engl J Med 2011.
  2. Daugherty SE, Pfeiffer RM, Sigurdson AJ, et al. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and bladder cancer: A pooled analysis. Am J Epidemiol 2011.
  3. Kitahara CM, Platz EA, Freeman LE, et al. Obesity and thyroid cancer risk among U.S. men and women: A pooled analysis of five prospective studies. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2011.
  4. Lin W-Y, Camp NJ, Cannon-Albright LA, et al. A role for XRCC2 gene polymorphisms in breast cancer risk and survival. J Med Genet 2011.
  5. Neta G, Brenner AV, Sturgis EM, et al. Common genetic variants related to genomic integrity and risk of papillary thyroid cancer. Carcinogenesis 2011.
  6. Schonfeld SJ, Pfeiffer RM, Lacey JV Jr, et al. Hormone-related risk factors and postmenopausal breast cancer among nulliparous vs parous women: An aggregated study. Am J Epidemiol 2011.
  7. Simon SL. Organ-specific external dose coefficients and protective apron transmission factors for historical dose reconstruction for medical personnel. Health Phys 2011.

2010

  1. Bhatti P, Doody MM, Rajaraman P, et al. Novel breast cancer risk alleles and interaction with ionizing radiation among U.S. radiologic technologists. Radiat Res 2010.
  2. Bhatti P, Yong LC, Doody M, et al. Diagnostic X-ray examinations and increased chromosome translocations: Evidence from three studies. Radiat Environ Biophys 2010.
  3. Berrington de González A, Hartge P, Cerhan JR, et al. Body mass index and mortality among 1.46 million white adults. N Engl J Med 2010.
  4. Freedman DM, Rajaraman P, Fuhrman B, et al. Sunlight, hormone replacement status and colorectal cancer risk in post-menopausal women. Int J Cancer 2010.
  5. Freedman DM, Kimlin MG, Hoffbeck RW, et al. Multiple indicators of ambient and personal ultraviolet radiation exposure and risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma (United States). J Photochem Photobiol B 2010.
  6. Jiao L, Berrington de González A, Hartge P, et al. Body mass index, effect modifiers, and risk of pancreatic cancer: A pooled study of seven prospective cohorts. Cancer Causes Control 2010.
  7. Linet MS, Kim KP, Miller DL, et al. Historical review of occupational exposures and cancer risks in medical radiation workers. Radiat Res 2010.
  8. Meinhold CL, Ron E, Schonfeld SJ, et al. Non-radiation risk factors for thyroid cancer in the U.S. Radiologic Technologists Study. Am J Epidemiol 2010.
  9. Milne RL, Gaudet MM, Spurdle AB, et al. Assessing interactions between the associations of common genetic susceptibility variants, reproductive history and body mass index with breast cancer risk in the Breast Cancer Association Consortium: A combined case-control study. Breast Cancer Res 2010.
  10. Schonfeld SJ, Bhatti P, Brown EE, et al. Polymorphisms in oxidative stress and inflammation pathway genes, low-dose ionizing radiation, and the risk of breast cancer among U.S. radiologic technologists. Cancer Causes Control 2010.
  11. Yu CL, Falk RT, Kimlin MG, et al. The impact of delayed blood centrifuging, choice of collection tube, and type of assay on 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations. Cancer Causes Control 2010.

2009

  1. Ahmed S, Thomas G, Ghoussaini M, et al. Newly discovered breast cancer susceptibility loci on 3p24 and 17q23.2. Nat Genet 2009.
  2. Bhatti P, Kampa D, Alexander BH, et al. Blood spots as an alternative to whole blood collection and the effect of a small monetary incentive to increase participation in genetic association studies. BMC Med Res Methodol 2009.
  3. Dunning AM, Healey CS, Baynes C, et al. Association of ESR1 gene tagging SNPs with breast cancer risk. Hum Mol Genet 2009.
  4. Gaudet MM, Milne RL, Cox A, et al. Five polymorphisms and breast cancer risk: Results from the Breast Cancer Association Consortium. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2009.
  5. Hatfield LA, Hoffbeck RW, Alexander BH, et al. Spatiotemporal and spatial threshold models for relating UV exposures and skin cancer in the central United States. Comput Stat Data Anal 2009.
  6. Howard RA, Leitzmann MF, Linet MS, et al. Physical activity and breast cancer risk among pre- and postmenopausal women in the U.S. Radiologic Technologists cohort. Cancer Causes Control 2009.
  7. Kwok RK, Linet MS, Chodick G, et al. Simplified categorization of outdoor activities for male and female U.S. indoor workers-A feasibility study to improve assessment of ultraviolet radiation exposures in epidemiologic study questionnaires. Photochem Photobiol 2009.
  8. Sigurdson AJ, Bhatti P, Chang SC, et al. Polymorphisms in estrogen biosynthesis and metabolism-related genes, ionizing radiation exposure, and risk of breast cancer among U.S. radiologic technologists. Breast Cancer Res Treat 2009.
  9. Thomas G, Jacobs KB, Kraft P, et al. A multistage genome-wide association study in breast cancer identifies two new risk alleles at 1p11.2 and 14q24.1 (RAD51L1). Nat Genet 2009.
  10. Yu CL, Li Y, Freedman DM, et al. Assessment of lifetime cumulative sun exposure using a self-administered questionnaire: Reliability of two approaches. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2009.

2008

  1. Bhatti P, Doody MM, Alexander BH, et al. Breast cancer risk polymorphisms and interaction with ionizing radiation among U.S. radiologic technologists. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2008.
  2. Bhatti P, Doody MM, Preston DL, et al. Increased frequency of chromosome translocations associated with diagnostic x-ray examinations. Radiat Res 2008.
  3. Bhatti P, Sigurdson AJ, Thomas CB, et al. No evidence for differences in DNA damage assessed before and after a cancer diagnosis. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2008.
  4. Bhatti P, Struewing JP, Alexander BH, et al. Polymorphisms in DNA repair genes, ionizing radiation exposure and risk of breast cancer in U.S. radiologic technologists. Int J Cancer 2008.
  5. Chodick G, Bekiroglu N, Hauptmann M, et al. Risk of cataract after exposure to low doses of ionizing radiation: A 20-year prospective cohort study among U.S. radiologic technologists. Am J Epidemiol 2008.
  6. Chodick G, Kleinerman RA, Linet MS, et al. Agreement between diary records of time spent outdoors and personal ultraviolet radiation dose measurements. Photochem Photobiol 2008.
  7. Collaborative Group on Epidemiological Studies of Ovarian Cancer: Beral V, Doll R, Hermon C, et al. Ovarian cancer and oral contraceptives: Collaborative reanalysis of data from 45 epidemiological studies including 23,257 women with ovarian cancer and 87,303 controls. Lancet 2008.
  8. Garcia-Closas M, Hall P, Nevanlinna H, et al. Heterogeneity of breast cancer associations with five susceptibility loci by clinical and pathological characteristics. PLoS Genet 2008.
  9. Johnson KJ, Alexander BH, Doody MM, et al. Childhood cancer in the offspring born in 1921-1984 to U.S. radiologic technologists. Br J Cancer 2008.
  10. Rajaraman P, Bhatti P, Doody MM, et al. Nucleotide excision repair polymorphisms may modify ionizing radiation-related breast cancer risk in U.S. radiologic technologists. Int J Cancer 2008
  11. Sigurdson AJ, Bhatti P, Preston DL, et al. Routine diagnostic X-ray examinations and increased frequency of chromosome translocations among U.S. radiologic technologists. Cancer Res 2008.

2007

  1. Bhatti P, Preston DL, Doody MM, et al. Retrospective biodosimetry among United States radiologic technologists. Radiat Res 2007.
  2. Chodick G, Freedman DM, Kwok RK, et al. Agreement between contemporaneously recorded and subsequently recalled time spent outdoors: Implications for environmental exposure studies. Ann Epidemiol 2007.
  3. Cox A, Dunning AM, Garcia-Closas M, et al. A common coding variant in CASP8 is associated with breast cancer risk. Nat Genet 2007.
  4. Easton DF, Pooley KA, Dunning AM, et al. Genome-wide association study identifies multiple novel breast cancer susceptibility loci. Nature 2007.
  5. Freedman DM, Tarone RE. Re: "From menarche to menopause: trends among US women born from 1912 to 1969." Am J Epidemiol 2007.
  6. Ha M, Mabuchi K, Sigurdson AJ, et al. Smoking cigarettes before first childbirth and risk of breast cancer. Am J Epidemiol 2007.
  7. Lönn S, Bhatti P, Alexander BH, et al. Papillary thyroid cancer and polymorphic variants in TSHR- and RET-related genes: A nested case-control study within a cohort of U.S. radiologic technologists. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2007.
  8. Sigurdson AJ, Bhatti P, Doody MM, et al. Polymorphisms in apoptosis- and proliferation-related genes, ionizing radiation exposure, and risk of breast cancer among U.S. radiologic technologists. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2007.

2006

  1. Bhatti P, Church DM, Rutter JL, et al. Candidate single nucleotide polymorphism selection using publicly available tools: A guide for epidemiologists. Am J Epidemiol 2006.
  2. Breast Cancer Association Consortium. Commonly studied single-nucleotide polymorphisms and breast cancer: Results from the Breast Cancer Consortium. J Natl Cancer Inst 2006.
  3. Doody MM, Freedman DM, Alexander BH, et al. Breast cancer incidence in U.S. radiologic technologists. Cancer 2006.
  4. Freedman DM, Ron E, Ballard-Barbash R, et al. Body mass index and all-cause mortality in a nationwide U.S. cohort. Int J Obes 2006.
  5. Freedman DM, Sigurdson AJ, Doody MM, et al. Comparison between cancers identified by state cancer registry, self-report, and death certificate in a prospective cohort study of U.S. radiologic technologists. Int J Epidemiol 2006.
  6. Freedman DM, Sigurdson AJ, Rajaraman P, et al. The mortality risk of smoking and obesity combined. Am J Prev Med 2006.
  7. Linet MS, Hauptmann M, Freedman DM, et al. Interventional radiography and mortality risks in U.S. radiologic technologists. Pediatr Radiol 2006.
  8. Rajaraman P, Sigurdson AJ, Doody MM, et al. Lung cancer risk among U.S. radiologic technologists, 1983-1998. Int J Cancer 2006.
  9. Simon SL, Weinstock RM, Doody MM, et al. Estimating historical radiation doses to a cohort of U.S. radiologic technologists. Radiat Res 2006.
  10. Stredrick DL, Garcia-Closas M, Pineda MA, et al. The ATM missense mutation p.Ser49Cys (c.146C>G) and the risk of breast cancer. Hum Mutat 2006.
  11. Zabel EW, Alexander BH, Mongin SJ, et al. Thyroid cancer and employment as a radiologic technologist. Int J Cancer 2006.

2005

  1. Bhatti P, Sigurdson AJ, Wang SS, et al. Genetic variation and willingness to participate in epidemiologic research: Data from three studies. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2005.
  2. Linet MS, Freedman DM, Mohan AK, et al. Incidence of hematopoietic malignancies in U.S. radiologic technologists. Occup Environ Med 2005.
  3. Rao RS, Sigurdson AJ, Doody MM, et al. A weighting method to adjust for non-response in cohort studies. Ann Epidemiol 2005.
  4. Sigurdson AJ, Hauptmann M, Alexander BH, et al. DNA damage among thyroid cancer and multiple cancer cases, controls and long-lived individuals. Mutat Res 2005.
  5. Yoshinaga S, Mabuchi K, Sigurdson AJ, et al. Response to: Increased brain cancer risk in physicians with high radiation exposure (letter). Radiology 2005.
  6. Yoshinaga S, Sigurdson AJ, Hauptmann M, et al. Non-melanoma skin cancer in relation to radiation and UV exposure among U.S. radiologic technologists. Int J Cancer 2005.

2004

  1. Mateus Pereira LH, Sigurdson AJ, Doody MM, et al. CHEK2:1100delC and female breast cancer in the United States. Int J Cancer 2004.
  2. Sigurdson AJ, Hauptmann M, Chatterjee N, et al. Kin-cohort estimates for familial breast cancer risk of DNA base excision repair, BRCA1-interacting, and growth factor gene variants. BMC Cancer 2004.
  3. Simon SL, Weinstock RM, Doody MM, et al. Status report on estimating historical radiation doses to a cohort of U.S. radiologic technologists. In: Proceedings of the 11th International Congress of the International Radiation Protection Association, Madrid, 2004.
  4. Yoshinaga S, Mabuchi K, Sigurdson AJ, et al. Cancer risks among radiologists and radiological technologists: A review of epidemiological studies. Radiology 2004.

2003

  1. Doody MM, Sigurdson AJ, Kampa D, et al. Randomized trial of financial incentives and delivery methods for improving response to a mailed questionnaire. Am J Epidemiol 2003.
  2. Freedman DM, Sigurdson AJ, Doody MM, et al. Risk of basal cell carcinoma in relation to alcohol intake and smoking. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2003.
  3. Freedman DM, Sigurdson AJ, Rao RS, et al. Risk of melanoma among radiologic technologists in the United States. Int J Cancer 2003.
  4. Freedman DM, Sigurdson AJ, Doody MM, et al. Risk of melanoma in relation to smoking, alcohol, and other factors in a large occupational cohort. Cancer Causes Control 2003.
  5. Hauptmann M, Mohan AK, Doody MM, et al. Mortality from diseases of the circulatory system in U.S. radiologic technologists. Am J Epidemiol 2003.
  6. Hauptmann M, Rutter J, Sigurdson AJ, et al. Re: Population-based, case-control study of HER2 genetic polymorphism and breast cancer risk (letter). J Natl Cancer Inst 2003.
  7. Mohan AK, Hauptmann M, Linet MS, et al. Cancer and other causes of mortality among radiologic technologists in the United States. Int J Cancer 2003.
  8. Rutter JL, Smith AM, Davila MR, et al. Mutational analysis of the BRCA1-interacting genes ZNF350/ZBRK1 and BRIP1/BACH1 among BRCA1 and BRCA2-negative prebands from breast-ovarian cancer families and among early-onset breast cancer cases and reference individuals. Human Mutation 2003.
  9. Sigurdson AJ, Doody MM, Rao RS, et al. Cancer incidence in the U.S. Radiologic Technologists Health Study, 1983-1998. Cancer 2003.

2002

  1. Freedman DM, Tarone RE, Doody MM, et al. Trends in reproductive, smoking, and other chronic disease risk factors by birth cohort and race in a large occupational study population. Ann Epidemiol 2002.
  2. Mohan AK, Hauptmann M, Linet MS et al. Breast cancer mortality among female radiologic technologists in the United States. J Natl Cancer Inst 2002.
  3. Sigurdson A, Yoshinaga S, Doody M, Mabuchi K. Cancer risks associated with employment as a radiological technologist. Radiat Res 2002.

2001

  1. Doody MM, Hayes HM, Bilgrad R. Comparability of National Death Index Plus and standard procedures for determining causes of death in epidemiologic studies. Ann Epidemiol 2001.
  2. Wang W, Spurdle AB, Kolachana P, et al. A single nucleotide polymorphism in the 5' untranslated region of RAD51 and risk of cancer among BRCA1/2 mutation carriers. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2001.

2000

  1. Doody MM, Mandel JS, Linet MS, et al. Mortality among Catholic nuns certified as radiologic technologists. Am J Ind Med 2000.

1998

  1. Doody MM, Mandel JS, Lubin JH, et al. Mortality among U.S. radiologic technologists, 1926-1990. Cancer Causes Control 1998.

1996

  1. Boice JD Jr, Doody MM, Mandel JS. Breast cancer among radiologic technologists (letter). JAMA 1996.
  2. Struewing JP, Tarone RE, Brody LC, et al. BRCA1 mutations in young women with breast cancer. Lancet 1996.

1995

  1. Boice JD Jr, Mandel JS, Doody MM. Breast cancer among radiologic technologists. JAMA 1995.
  2. Doody MM, Mandel JS, Boice JD Jr. Employment practices and breast cancer among radiologic technologists. J Occup Environ Med 1995.

1992

  1. Boice JD Jr, Mandel JS, Doody MM, et al. A health survey of radiological technologists. Cancer 1992.

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