|1|Estimated risk of radiation-induced cancer following paediatric cranio-spinal irradiation with electron, photon and proton therapy. (25017376)
StokkevAYg C.H.... Petersen J.B.
|2|Don't let radiation scare trump patient care: 10 ways you can harm your patients by fear of radiation-induced cancer from diagnostic imaging. (24764114)
Brody A.S.... Guillerman R.P.
|3|Curbing potential radiation-induced cancer risks in oncologic imaging: perspectives from the 'image gently' and 'image wisely' campaigns. (24855732)
Goske M.J.... Pandharipande P.V.
|4|In vivo radioadaptive response: A review of studies relevant to radiation-induced cancer risk. (24925363)
Nenoi M.... Vares G.
|5|How is the risk of radiation-induced cancer influenced by background risk factors? Invited commentary on "a method for determining weights for excess relative risk and excess absolute risk when applied in the calculation of lifetime risk of cancer from radiation exposure" by Walsh and Schneider (2012). (23180111)
Little M.P.... Wakeford R.
|6|Body CT scanning in young adults: examination indications, patient outcomes, and risk of radiation-induced cancer. (23386731)
Zondervan R.L.... Lee S.I.
|7|Radiation-induced cancer cell repopulation: a possible mechanism implied by experiments using transplantable mouse-derived sarcoma cell line. (21206131)
Nishioka T.... Date H.
|8|Latency period of radiation-induced cancer. (22106106)
|9|Neoplastic transformation in vitro: is it a valid assay or not for assessing the shape of the dose-response curve for radiation-induced cancer in vivo? (21595075)
|10|Epidemiology of radiation-induced cancer. (21285730)
Feinendegen L.E.... Morgan W.F.
|11|Comparison of radiation exposure and associated radiation-induced cancer risks from mammography and molecular imaging of the breast. (21302775)
O'Connor M.K.... Vetter R.J.
|12|Recurrent CT, cumulative radiation exposure, and associated radiation-induced cancer risks from CT of adults. (19332852)
Sodickson A.... Khorasani R.
|13|Extrapolating radiation-induced cancer risks from low doses to very low doses. (19820460)
|14|Mechanistic model of radiation-induced cancer after fractionated radiotherapy using the linear-quadratic formula. (19472619)
|15|A new view of radiation-induced cancer: integrating short- and long-term processes. Part II: second cancer risk estimation. (19499238)
Shuryak I.... Brenner D.J.
|16|Systems biological and mechanistic modelling of radiation-induced cancer. (18097677)
Little M.P.... Thomas D.C.
|17|Low-dose lung computed tomography screening before age 55: estimates of the mortality reduction required to outweigh the radiation-induced cancer risk. (18927099)
Berrington de GonzA!lez A.... Berg C.D.
|18|Monte Carlo determination of radiation-induced cancer risks for prostate patients undergoing intensity- modulated radiation therapy. (18449157)
Stathakis S.... Ma C.C.
|19|Radiation-induced cancer risk from annual computed tomography for patients with cystic fibrosis. (17717201)
de GonzA!lez A.B.... Samet J.M.
|20|Estimating radiation-induced cancer risks at very low doses: rationale for using a linear no-threshold approach. (16470411)
Brenner D.J.... Sachs R.K.
|21|Estimation of radiation-induced cancer from three-dimensional dose distributions: Concept of organ equivalent dose. (15817357)
Schneider U.... Kaser-Hotz B.
|22|Dose-response relationship for radiation-induced cancer--decrease or plateau at high dose: in regard to Davis (Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys 2004;59:916). (15629639)
|23|The risk of radiation-induced cancer in patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck and its results of treatment. (16249604)
Amemiya K.... Okada N.
|24|Projecting the time trend of thyroid cancers: its impact on assessment of radiation-induced cancer risks. (15545767)
Catelinois O.... Tirmarche M.
|25|UVB radiation-induced cancer predisposition in Cockayne syndrome group A (Csa) mutant mice. (12509261)
van der Horst G.T.... Friedberg E.C.
|26|Uncertain science and a failure of trust. The NIH radioepidemiologic tables and compensation for radiation-induced cancer. (12664791)
|27|The two-stage clonal expansion model as an example of a biologically based model of radiation-induced cancer. (11604092)
Heidenreich W.F.... Paretzke H.G.
|28|Impact of cancer predisposition and radiosensitivity on the population risk of radiation-induced cancers. (11604087)
Sankaranarayanan K.... Chakraborty R.
|29|Risk of radiation-induced cancer at low doses and low dose rates. (10844932)
|30|Cancer predisposition, radiosensitivity and the risk of radiation-induced cancers. IV. Prediction of risks in relatives of cancer-predisposed individuals. (9588361)
Chakraborty R.... Sankaranarayanan K.
|31|Herbert M. Parker Lecture. The risk of radiation induced cancer--whence? Whither? (8230315)
|32|Radiation-induced cancer as a factor in clinical decision making (the 1989 ASTRO Gold Medal address). (2189846)
|33|Factors that modify risks of radiation-induced cancer. (2358362)
|34|Radiation-induced cancer in rat skin. (2646018)
Burns F.J.... Garte S.J.
|35|Radiation sensitivity of cell strains from families with genetic disorders predisposing to radiation-induced cancer. (2758405)
Little J.B.... Strong L.C.
|36|Radiation-induced cancer risks. (2898081)
|37|Radiation-induced cancer risks. (2896882)
|38|Radiation-induced cancer and its modifying factor among A-bomb survivors. (3506538)
|39|Dose response of radiation induced cancer. (6679667)
|40|An estimate of the radiation-induced cancer risk from the whole-body stray radiation exposure in neutron radiotherapy. (6761135)
Geraci J.P.... Mariano M.S.
|41|Radiation induced cancer: a report of 10 cases. (6277226)
Tan B.C.... Chia K.B.
|42|Tests of the linearity assumption in the dose-effect relationship for radiation-induced cancer. (6821536)
Cohen A.F.... Cohen B.L.
|43|Radiation-induced cancer of the thyroid. (149621)
Sonenberg M.... Leeper R.B.
|44|Late recurrence or radiation induced cancer of the larynx. (1031654)
|45|Radiation-induced cancer. (4510010)
|46|The biology of radiation-induced cancer. (5220118)
|47|Prevention of, and treatment of radiation-induced cancer, including pure atomic and cathode ray lesions. (5220122)
|48|PREVENTION OF, AND TREATMENT OF RADIATION-INDUCED CANCER, INCLUDING PURE ATOMIC AND CATHODE RAY LESIONS. (14131928)
|49|Eight further cases of radiation-induced cancer. (13651729)
|50|Radiation induced cancer in man. (13446400)