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2010Cervical cancer screening in Australia: modelled evaluation of the impact of changing the recommended interval from two to three yearsCanfell, Karen; Dyer, Suzanne; Howard, Kirsten; Lord, Sarah (Sally); Clements, Mark S.; Creighton, Prudence; Lew, Jie-Bin; Smith, Megan A; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials CentreCervical cancer screening in Australia: modelled evaluation of the impact of changing the recommended interval from two to three years, BMC Public Health, vol.10, 1,pp 1-14
2014Colon and rectal cancer incidence and water trihalomethane concentrations in New South Wales, AustraliaArmstrong, Bruce; Cowie, Christine; Driscoll, Timothy; Clements, Mark S.; Rahman, Bayzidur; Summerhayes, Richard; School of Public Health: Public Health; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; School of Public Health: Public HealthColon and rectal cancer incidence and water trihalomethane concentrations in New South Wales, Australia, BMC Cancer, vol.14, N/A, 2014,pp 1-9
2012Estimating prevalence of distant metastatic breast cancer: a means of filling a data gapO'Connell, Dianne; Yu, Xue; Clements, Mark S.; Egger, Sam; Roder, David; School of Public Health: Medicine; School of Public Health: Public HealthEstimating prevalence of distant metastatic breast cancer: a means of filling a data gap, Cancer Causes & Control, vol.23, 10, 2012,pp 1625-1634
2005Lung cancer rate predictions using generalized additive models.Armstrong, Bruce; Clements, Mark S.; Moolgavkar, Suresh H.; School of Public Health: Public HealthLung cancer rate predictions using generalized additive models., Biostatistics, vol.6,(4),2005,pp 576-589
2008Normal endometrial cells in cervical cytology: systematic review of prevalence and relation to significant endometrial pathologyCanfell, Karen; Kang, Yoon; Beral, Valerie; Clements, Mark S.; Moa, Aye Myat; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthNormal endometrial cells in cervical cytology: systematic review of prevalence and relation to significant endometrial pathology, Journal of Medical Screening, vol.15,(4),2008,pp 188-198
2017Risk of cancer associated with residential exposure to asbestos insulation: a whole-population cohort studyArmstrong, Bruce; Anderson, Philip R.; Clements, Mark S.; Guiver, Tenniel; Kirk, Martyn D.; Korda, Rosemary J.; Law, Hsei Di; Trevenar, Susan M.; School of Public Health: Public HealthRisk of cancer associated with residential exposure to asbestos insulation: a whole-population cohort study, The Lancet Public Health, vol.2, 11, 2017,pp e522-e528
2011Severe Pertussis in Infants: Estimated Impact of First Vaccine Dose at 6 Versus 8 Weeks in AustraliaMcIntyre, Peter; Quinn, Helen; Clements, Mark S.; Foxwell, Alice Ruth; Roper, Katrina; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research InsSevere Pertussis in Infants: Estimated Impact of First Vaccine Dose at 6 Versus 8 Weeks in Australia, The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, vol.30, 2, 2011,pp 161-163
2008Source Selectivity: An Assessment of Volcanic Glass Sources in the Southern Primorye Region, Far East RussiaDoelman, Trudy; White, (John) Peter; Clements, Mark S.; Ionescu, Mihail; Kluyev, Nickolay; Pantyukhina, Irina; Popov, Vladimir; Sleptsov, Igor; Torrence, Robin; Archaeology; ArchaeologySource Selectivity: An Assessment of Volcanic Glass Sources in the Southern Primorye Region, Far East Russia, Geoarchaeology-an International Journal, vol.23, 2, 2008,pp 243-273
2012Sunlight and vitamin D affect DNA damage, cell division and cell death in human lymphocytes: a cross-sectional study in South AustraliaArmstrong, Bruce; Forder, Peta; Nair-Shalliker, Visalini; Clements, Mark S.; Fenech, Michael; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; School of Public Health: Public HealthSunlight and vitamin D affect DNA damage, cell division and cell death in human lymphocytes: a cross-sectional study in South Australia, Mutagenesis, vol.27, 5, 2012,pp 609-614