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Smoking, alcohol, occupation, and hair dye use in cancer of the lower urinary tract.

Nomura A, Kolonel LN, Yoshizawa CN.

Am J Epidemiol. 1989 Dec;130(6):1159-63.

PMID:
2589309
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Malignant melanoma in Denmark. Occurrence and risk factors.

Osterlind A.

Acta Oncol. 1990;29(7):833-54.

PMID:
2261197
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The Danish case-control study of cutaneous malignant melanoma. III. Hormonal and reproductive factors in women.

Osterlind A, Tucker MA, Stone BJ, Jensen OM.

Int J Cancer. 1988 Dec 15;42(6):821-4.

PMID:
3192324
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The Danish case-control study of cutaneous malignant melanoma. II. Importance of UV-light exposure.

Osterlind A, Tucker MA, Stone BJ, Jensen OM.

Int J Cancer. 1988 Sep 15;42(3):319-24.

PMID:
3417359
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Hutchinson's melanotic freckle melanoma and the use of non-permanent hair dyes.

Armstrong BK, Holman CD.

Br J Cancer. 1985 Jul;52(1):135. No abstract available.

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Cancer risks in hairdressers: assessment of carcinogenicity of hair dyes and gels.

Czene K, Tiikkaja S, Hemminki K.

Int J Cancer. 2003 May 20;105(1):108-12.

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Hutchinson's melanotic freckle melanoma associated with non-permanent hair dyes.

Holman CD, Armstrong BK.

Br J Cancer. 1983 Oct;48(4):599-601. No abstract available.

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Use of hair dyes and risk of bladder cancer.

Hartge P, Hoover R, Altman R, Austin DF, Cantor KP, Child MA, Key CR, Mason TJ, Marrett LD, Myers MH, Narayana AS, Silverman DT, Sullivan JW, Swanson GM, Thomas DB, West DW.

Cancer Res. 1982 Nov;42(11):4784-7.

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Morbidity and Mortality in 7,684 Women According to Personal Hair Dye Use: The Copenhagen City Heart Study followed for 37 Years.

Vedel-Krogh S, Nielsen SF, Schnohr P, Nordestgaard BG.

PLoS One. 2016 Mar 17;11(3):e0151636. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0151636. eCollection 2016.

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Cutaneous melanoma in women. II. Phenotypic characteristics and other host-related factors.

Holly EA, Aston DA, Cress RD, Ahn DK, Kristiansen JJ.

Am J Epidemiol. 1995 May 15;141(10):934-42.

PMID:
7741123
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Risk of melanoma in relation to smoking, alcohol intake, and other factors in a large occupational cohort.

Freedman DM, Sigurdson A, Doody MM, Rao RS, Linet MS.

Cancer Causes Control. 2003 Nov;14(9):847-57.

PMID:
14682442
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Hair dye use and risk of leukemia and lymphoma.

Cantor KP, Blair A, Everett G, VanLier S, Burmeister L, Dick FR, Gibson RW, Schuman L.

Am J Public Health. 1988 May;78(5):570-1.

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A protective effect of the Mediterranean diet for cutaneous melanoma.

Fortes C, Mastroeni S, Melchi F, Pilla MA, Antonelli G, Camaioni D, Alotto M, Pasquini P.

Int J Epidemiol. 2008 Oct;37(5):1018-29. doi: 10.1093/ije/dyn132. Epub 2008 Jul 11.

PMID:
18621803
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A case-control study of hair-dye use and cancers of various sites.

Stavraky KM, Clarke EA, Donner A.

Br J Cancer. 1981 Feb;43(2):236-9. No abstract available.

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The Danish case-control study of cutaneous malignant melanoma. I. Importance of host factors.

Osterlind A, Tucker MA, Hou-Jensen K, Stone BJ, Engholm G, Jensen OM.

Int J Cancer. 1988 Aug 15;42(2):200-6.

PMID:
3403065
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Hospital or population controls? An unanswered question.

Stavraky KM, Clarke EA.

J Chronic Dis. 1983;36(4):301-7. No abstract available.

PMID:
6833447
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Cataractogenous effect of hair dyes: a clinical and experimental study.

Jain IS, Jain GC, Kaul RL, Dhir SP.

Ann Ophthalmol. 1979 Nov;11(11):1681-6.

PMID:
556127
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Hair dye use and occupational exposure to organic solvents as risk factors for myelodysplastic syndrome.

Nagata C, Shimizu H, Hirashima K, Kakishita E, Fujimura K, Niho Y, Karasawa M, Oguma S, Yoshida Y, Mizoguchi H.

Leuk Res. 1999 Jan;23(1):57-62.

PMID:
9933136

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