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Using multiple inequality indices to assess changes in social inequalities for breast cancer screening in Belgium

(2013) Keywords: 2001 2008 ALL AS at Attributable Belgian Belgium breast breast cancer breast cancer screening Breast-cancer cancer cancer screening Change Changes comparing contribution data Educational ...

Health effects of extremely low-frequency magnetic fields: reconsidering the melatonin hypothesis in the light of current data on magnetoreception

melatonin (MLT) might explain the increased risk of breast cancer that has been formerly attributed to extremely low-frequency (ELF) magnetic fields (MF) of weak intensity. Although the risk of ELF MF upon ...

Decrease in socio-economic inequalities of mammographic coverage after the introduction of a national screening program

an AS association Belgium breast breast cancer breast cancer screening Breast-cancer cancer cancer screening Categories Change Changes Coverage data Discussion Educational level Educational-level ...

Psychosocial characteristics associated with breast cancer survivors' intimate partners' needs for information and support after primary breast cancer treatment

(2012) Keywords: adjustment Anxiety article AS at Belgium breast breast cancer Breast-cancer cancer chronic consequences dépression electronic illness illnesses im INFORMATION intervention interventions IS ...

Worldwide burden of cervical cancer in 2008.

cancer ranking after breast (1.38 million cases) and colorectal cancer (0.57 million cases). The incidence of cervical cancer varies widely among countries with world age-standardised rates ranging from ...

Does a national screening programme reduce socioeconomic inequalities in mammography use?

breast cancer Female Forecasting Health Education health inequaities health surveys Humans MAMMOGRAPHY Mass Screening middle aged ODDS RATIO SCREENING Socioeconomic Factors Utilization Review Abstract: ...

Fourth WHO-coordinated survey of human milk for persistent organic pollutants (POPs): Belgian results

Chemosphere, Volume 73, Issue 6, Number 914, p.907- 914 (2008) Keywords: 2001 2006 2008 2012 Agriculture aims ALL Analyses analysis Animal Antwerp AS assessment at Belgian Belgium blood breast Brussels Canada ...

Development of a generic and open source Incidence-Prevalence-Mortality model for the assessment of chronic disease epidemiology

cubic smoothing splines and the tolerance limits of the optimization procedure. Using the breast cancer data set of the Netherlands, the properties of the DisMod() function was shown. Additional outputs ...

Determinants of persistent organic pollutant (POP) concentrations in human breast milk of a cross-sectional sample of primiparous mothers in Belgium

pollutants (POP s) in the environment and in the food chain can lead to high pollutant concentrations in human fat-containing tissues and breast milk. Objectives: We aimed to identify the maternal ...

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