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The potential impact of bias in studies of residential exposure to magnetic fields and childhood leukemia.

Wartenberg D.

Bioelectromagnetics. 2001;Suppl 5:S32-47. Review. Erratum in: Bioelectromagnetics. 2004 May;25(4):319.

PMID:
11170116
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Residential proximity to electricity transmission and distribution equipment and risk of childhood leukemia, childhood lymphoma, and childhood nervous system tumors: systematic review, evaluation, and meta-analysis.

Washburn EP, Orza MJ, Berlin JA, Nicholson WJ, Todd AC, Frumkin H, Chalmers TC.

Cancer Causes Control. 1994 Jul;5(4):299-309. Erratum in: Cancer Causes Control 1994 Sep;5(5):487.

PMID:
8080941
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Residential exposure to electromagnetic fields and childhood leukaemia: a meta-analysis.

Angelillo IF, Villari P.

Bull World Health Organ. 1999;77(11):906-15.

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A pooled analysis of magnetic fields, wire codes, and childhood leukemia. Childhood Leukemia-EMF Study Group.

Greenland S, Sheppard AR, Kaune WT, Poole C, Kelsh MA.

Epidemiology. 2000 Nov;11(6):624-34. Review.

PMID:
11055621
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Exposure to residential electric and magnetic fields and risk of childhood leukemia.

London SJ, Thomas DC, Bowman JD, Sobel E, Cheng TC, Peters JM.

Am J Epidemiol. 1991 Nov 1;134(9):923-37. Erratum in: Am J Epidemiol 1993 Feb 1;137(3):381.

PMID:
1843457
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A pooled analysis of magnetic fields and childhood leukaemia.

Ahlbom A, Day N, Feychting M, Roman E, Skinner J, Dockerty J, Linet M, McBride M, Michaelis J, Olsen JH, Tynes T, Verkasalo PK.

Br J Cancer. 2000 Sep;83(5):692-8.

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Residential magnetic field exposure and childhood brain cancer: a meta-analysis.

Mezei G, Gadallah M, Kheifets L.

Epidemiology. 2008 May;19(3):424-30. doi: 10.1097/EDE.0b013e3181690715.

PMID:
18379430
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Residential magnetic fields predicted from wiring configurations: II. Relationships To childhood leukemia.

Thomas DC, Bowman JD, Jiang L, Jiang F, Peters JM.

Bioelectromagnetics. 1999 Oct;20(7):414-22.

PMID:
10495306
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Do studies of wire code and childhood leukemia point towards or away from magnetic fields as the causal agent?

Savitz DA, Poole C.

Bioelectromagnetics. 2001;Suppl 5:S69-85. Review.

PMID:
11170119
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Combined risk estimates for two German population-based case-control studies on residential magnetic fields and childhood acute leukemia.

Michaelis J, Schüz J, Meinert R, Zemann E, Grigat JP, Kaatsch P, Kaletsch U, Miesner A, Brinkmann K, Kalkner W, Kärner H.

Epidemiology. 1998 Jan;9(1):92-4.

PMID:
9430275
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Occupational and residential magnetic field exposure and leukemia and central nervous system tumors.

Feychting M, Forssén U, Floderus B.

Epidemiology. 1997 Jul;8(4):384-9.

PMID:
9209851
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Comment concerning "Childhood leukemia and residential magnetic fields: are pooled analyses more valid than the original studies?" (Bioelectromagnetics 27:1-7 [2006]).

Kheifets L, Mezei G, Greenland S.

Bioelectromagnetics. 2006 Dec;27(8):674-5; discussion 675-6. No abstract available.

PMID:
16917870
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Childhood leukemia and personal monitoring of residential exposures to electric and magnetic fields in Ontario, Canada.

Green LM, Miller AB, Agnew DA, Greenberg ML, Li J, Villeneuve PJ, Tibshirani R.

Cancer Causes Control. 1999 Jun;10(3):233-43.

PMID:
10454069
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Meta-analyses of studies on the association between electromagnetic fields and childhood cancer.

Meinert R, Michaelis J.

Radiat Environ Biophys. 1996 Feb;35(1):11-8.

PMID:
8907639
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Childhood leukemia and electromagnetic fields: results of a population-based case-control study in Germany.

Michaelis J, Schüz J, Meinert R, Menger M, Grigat JP, Kaatsch P, Kaletsch U, Miesner A, Stamm A, Brinkmann K, Kärner H.

Cancer Causes Control. 1997 Mar;8(2):167-74.

PMID:
9134240

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