3Alessandra Ranucci
2Roberto Rondelli
2Patrizia Legittimo
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Imputation of missing values in a cancer mortality analysis in relation to estimated dose of dioxin for a cohort of chemical workers is considered. In particular, some subjects of the cohort have the body mass index (BMI) missing. This quantity is an essential ingredient for a toxicokinetic model that gives the estimated absorbed dose, which is then used(More)
  • Andrea Farioli, Patrizia Legittimo, Stefano Mattioli, Lucia Miligi, Alessandra Benvenuti, Alessandra Ranucci +4 others
  • 2014
Tobacco smoke could cause childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) through at least three pathways: (1) prenatal parental smoking; (2) fetal exposure through maternal smoking during pregnancy; and (3) childhood exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS). We tested these hypotheses in a large population-based case–control study (SETIL) primarily designed to(More)
We report on an Italian case-control study on childhood leukemia and exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields (ELF-MF). Eligible for inclusion were 745 leukemia cases, aged 0-10 years at diagnosis in 1998-2001, and 1475 sex- and age-matched population controls. Parents of 683 cases and 1044 controls (92% vs. 71%) were interviewed. ELF-MF(More)
  • Stefano Mattioli, Andrea Farioli, Patrizia Legittimo, Lucia Miligi, Alessandra Benvenuti, Alessandra Ranucci +3 others
  • 2014
BACKGROUND Parental smoking and exposure of the mother or the child to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) as risk factors for Acute non-Lymphocytic Leukemia (AnLL) were investigated. METHODS Incident cases of childhood AnLL were enrolled in 14 Italian Regions during 1998-2001. We estimated odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (95%CI) conducting(More)
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