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Epidemiological Studies of Low-Dose Ionizing Radiation and Cancer: Summary Bias Assessment and Meta-Analysis

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Strengths and weaknesses of dosimetry used in studies of low-dose radiation exposure and cancer

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Case-control study of paternal occupational exposures and childhood lymphoma in Great Britain, 1962-2010.

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Modelling the bimodal distribution of indoor gamma-ray dose-rates in Great Britain.

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Childhood cancer research in oxford III: The work of CCRG on ionising radiation.

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Kendall GM. et al, (2018), Br J Cancer, 119, 771 - 778

Childhood cancer research in Oxford II: The Childhood Cancer Research Group.

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Draper GJ. et al, (2018), Br J Cancer, 119, 763 - 770

Spatial prediction of naturally occurring gamma radiation in Great Britain.

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Chernyavskiy P. et al, (2016), J Environ Radioact, 164, 300 - 311

Variation with socioeconomic status of indoor radon levels in Great Britain: The less affluent have less radon.

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Kendall GM. et al, (2016), J Environ Radioact, 164, 84 - 90

Levels of naturally occurring gamma radiation measured in British homes and their prediction in particular residences.

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Kendall GM. et al, (2016), Radiat Environ Biophys, 55, 103 - 124

Childhood and adult cancers: contrasts and commonalities.

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