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Mobile phone use and brain tumours in the CERENAT case-control study
The carcinogenic effect of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields in humans remains controversial. However, it has been suggested that they could be involved in the aetiology of some types of brainExpand
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Descriptive epidemiology of CNS tumors in France: results from the Gironde Registry for the period 2000-2007.
An increase in the incidence of CNS tumors has been observed in many countries in the last decades. The reality of this trend has been much debated, as it has happened during a period whenExpand
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Occupational and residential exposure to electromagnetic fields and risk of brain tumors in adults: A case–control study in Gironde, France
The etiology of brain tumors remains largely unknown. Among potential risk factors, exposure to electromagnetic fields is suspected. We analyzed the relationship between residential and occupationalExpand
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Neurobehavioral effects of long-term exposure to pesticides: results from the 4-year follow-up of the PHYTONER Study
Objective The aim of the PHYTONER study is to investigate the role of pesticides on neurobehavioral performances in French vineyard workers. Methods 929 workers affiliated to the health insuranceExpand
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Central nervous system tumors and agricultural exposures in the prospective cohort AGRICAN
Studies in farmers suggest a possible role of pesticides in the occurrence of Central Nervous System (CNS) tumors but scientific evidence is still insufficient. Using data from the French prospectiveExpand
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Cognitive disorders and occupational exposure to organophosphates: results from the PHYTONER study.
The involvement of organophosphate insecticides in cognitive disorders is supported by epidemiologic and biological evidence, but the effects of long-term exposure remain debated. We studied theExpand
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Pesticide use in agriculture and Parkinson's disease in the AGRICAN cohort study.
Background and Aim Epidemiological studies have reported an increased risk of Parkinson's disease (PD) in farmers exposed to pesticides, but no clear conclusion can be drawn on the type of pesticideExpand
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Increasing incidence of central nervous system (CNS) tumors (2000–2012): findings from a population based registry in Gironde (France)
BackgroundAlthough some countries have observed a stabilization in the incidence of CNS, an increasing incidence has been reported from multiple studies. Recent observations point out to theExpand
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Descriptive epidemiology and risk factors of primary central nervous system tumors: Current knowledge.
Although comparisons are difficult due to differences in methodologies, the annual incidence rates of central nervous system (CNS) tumors range from 8.5 to 21.4/100,000 population according to cancerExpand
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Author’s response: Re ‘Mobile phone use and brain tumours in the CERENAT case–control study’
We thank Dr Hardell for his comment1 on our article concerning analyses regarding head position of mobile phone use.2 In our analysis on ipsilateral use, we included cases who used their mobileExpand
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