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2011 Possible relationship between use of mobile phones andthe risk of cancer: Questions and Answers Use of mobile phones and risk of brain tumours: update of Danish cohort study P Frei, AH Poulsen, C Johansen, JH Olsen, M Steding-Jessen M…

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2011 Monograph meeting 102: Non-Ionizing Radiation, Part II: Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields [includes mobile telephones] 24/05/2011 – Pictures from the Meeting    

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2011 IARC Monographs – Questions and Answers 30/05/2011 – Dr Christopher Wild, IARC Director, answers a few questions on the IARC Monographs. The answers are available in Windows Media Movie (WMV) and DVD quality for media. Download transcript (PDF)    Q:…

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2012 The annual Science and Wireless series hosts IARC scientist. 20/01/2012 – The annual Science & Wireless series, held in Australia, provides an opportunity for researchers, regulators, industry specialists and members of the community to meet and discuss topical issues…

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2011 Monograph meeting 102: Non-Ionizing Radiation, Part II: RadiofrequencyElectromagnetic Fields [includes mobile telephones] 24/05/2011 – Transcript of the podcast First of all I would like to welcome you all to the International Agency for Research on Cancer and to Lyon….

Section of Environment and Radiation

Previous Publications All Publications 2019-2014 Apsalikov, K. N., Lipikhina, A., Grosche, B., Belikhina, T., Ostroumova, E., Shinkarev, S., Stepanenko, V., Muldagaliev, T., Yoshinaga, S., Zhunussova, T., Hoshi, M., Katayama, H., Lackland, D. T., Simon, S. L., & Kesminiene, A. (2019)….

Section of Environment and Radiation

Current Research Topics Aim 1: To study the epidemiology of cancers whose causes are unknown but are suspected to involve environmental, lifestyle, or occupational exposures. To study the epidemiology of cancers whose causes are unknown but are suspected to involve…