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American physician, Born 1933, Massachusetts.

Bibliography

  • Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., Fred Ederer, Robert W. Miller:
    An Evaluation of the Carcinogenicity of the Simian Virus 40 in Man.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, August 31, 1963, 185: 713-718.
  • Joseph F. Fraumeni, Fred Ederer, Robert W. Miller:
    An Evaluation of Carcinogenicity of Simian Virus 40 in Man.
    Journal of American Medicine, 1963, 185: 713-718.
  • M. Lee and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Arsenic and respiratory cancer in man: An occupational study.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1969, 42: 1045-1052.
  • F. P. Li, and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Soft-tissue sarcomas, breast cancer and other neoplasms: A familial syndrome?
    Annals of Internal Medicine, Philadelphia,. 1969, 71: 747-752.
  • Fraumeni, Stark, Gold, Lipow:
    Simian Virus 40 in Polio Vaccine Follow-Up of Newborn Recipients.
    Science, Washington, 1970, 167: 59-63.
  • Robert Hoover and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Cancer Mortality in U.S. Counties with Chemical Industries.
    Environmental Research, New York, 1975, 9: 196-207.
  • J. F. Fraumeni, Jr., W. Wertelecki, W. A. Blattner, R. D. Jensen, R.D. and B. G. Leventhal:
    Varied manifestations of a familial lymphoproliferative disorder.
    The American Journal of Medicine, 1975, 59: 145-151.
  • W. J. Blot and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Arsenical air pollution and lung cancer. The Lancet, 1975, 2: 142-144.
  • J. F. Fraumeni, Jr., editor:
    Persons at High Risk of Cancer: An Approach to Cancer Etiology and Control.
    New York, Academic Press, 1975.
  • R. Hoover, T. J. Mason, F. W. McKay and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Cancer by county: New resource for etiologic clues.
    Science, Washington, 1975, 189: 1005-1007.
  • T. J. Mason, F. W. McKay, R. Hoover, W. J. Blot and J. F. Fraumeni,Jr.:
    Atlas of Cancer Mortality for U.S. Counties, 1950-1969.
    DHEW Publ. No. (NIH) 75-780. Washington, D.C., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., l975.
  • William J. Blot and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Geographic Patterns of Lung Cancer: Industrial Correlations.
    American Journal of Epidemiology, Baltimore, 1976, 103: 539-550.
  • John J. Mulvihill, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., Robert W. Miller, editors:
    Genetics of Human Cancer. Lippincott-Raven Publishers, March 1977. 541 pages.
  • R. Reimer, W. H. Clark, Jr., M. H. Greene, A. M. Ainsworth and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Precursor lesions in familial melanoma: A new genetic pre-neoplastic syndrome.
    JAMA, 1978, 239: 744-746.
  • W. J. Blot, J. M. Harrington, A. Toledo, R. Hoover, C. W. Heath and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Lung cancer after employment in shipyards during World War II.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1978, 299: 620-624.
  • Mark H. Greene, Luise A. Brinton, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Richard D'Amice:
    Familial and Sporadic Hodgkin's Disease Associated With Occupational Wood Exposure.
    The Lancet, London, 1978, ii: 626-627.
  • Edward A. Mortimer, Jr., Martha Lipson Lepow, Eli Gold, Frederick C. Robbins, George J. Borton, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr:
    Long-Term Follow-Up of Persons Inadvertently Inoculated with SV40 as Neonates.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1981, 305: 1517-1518.
  • L. A. Brinton, R. N. Hoover, M. Szklo and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Menopausal estrogen use and risk of breast cancer. Cancer, 1981, 47: 2517-2522.
  • D. M. Winn, W. J. Blot, C. M. Shy, L. W. Pickle, A. Toledo and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Snuff dipping and oral cancer in the southern United States.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, 1981, 304: 745-749.
  • F. P. Li and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Prospective study of a family cancer syndrome.
    Journal of the Aerican Medical Association, Chicago, 1982, 247: 2692-2694.
  • Brinton, L.A., Hoover, R.N. and Fraumeni, J.R., Jr.:
    Interaction of familial and hormonal risk factors for breast cancer.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1982, 69:817-822.
  • J. K. Tobacman, M. H. Greene, M. A. Tucker, J. Costa, R. Kase and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Intra-abdominal carcinomatosis after prophylactic oophorectomy in ovarian-cancer-prone families. The Lancet, 1982, 2:795-797.
  • David Schottenfeld and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr. Editors:
    Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention.
    W. B. Saunders Co, January 1982. 1173 pages.
    2nd edition, 1521 pages. New York, Oxford University Press, Incorporated, November 1996.
  • John D. Boice, Jr, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., editors:
    Radiation Carcinogenesis: Epidemiology and Biological Significance.
    Lippincott-Raven Publishers, January 1984. 510 pages.
  • J. D. Boice, Jr., M. H. Greene, J. Y. Killen, S. S. Ellenberg, R. J. Keehn, E. McFadden, T. T. Chen and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Leukemia and preleukemia after adjuvant treatment of gastrointestinal cancer with semustine (methyl-CCNU). The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1983, 309:1079-1084.
  • J. K. McLaughlin, J. S. Mandel, W. J. Blot, L. M. Schuman, E. S. Mehl and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    A population-based case-control study of renal carcinoma.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1984, 72:275-284.
  • L. Brinton, W. J. Blot, J. A. Becker, D. M. Winn, J. P. Browder, J. C. Farmer, Jr. and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    A case-control study of cancers of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses.
    American Journal of Epidemiology, Baltimore, 1984, 119: 896-906.
  • M. A. Tucker, J. A. Shields, P. Hartge, J. Augsburger, R. N. Hoover and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Sunlight exposure as risk factor for intraocular malignant melanoma.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1985, 313: 788-792.
  • Sheila K. Hoar, Aaron Blair, Frederick F. Holmes, Cathy D. Boysen, Robert J. Robel, Robert Hoover, and Joseph F. Fraumeni.
    Agricultural herbicide use and risk of lymphomas and soft tissue sarcoma.
    Journal of the American Medical Association 1986. 256: 1141-1147.
  • L. W. Pickle, T. J. Mason, N. Howard, R. Hoover and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Atlas of U.S. Cancer Mortality Among Whites: 1950-1980.
    DHHS Publ. No. (NIH) 87-2900. Washington, D. C., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1987.
  • M. A. Tucker, A. T. Meadows, J. D. Boice, Jr., M. Stovall, O. Oberlin, B. J. Stone, J. Birch, P. A. Voute, R. N. Hoover and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Leukemia after therapy with alkylating agents for childhood cancer.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1987, 78: 459-464.
  • E. B. Harvey, C. Schairer, L. A. Brinton, R. N. Hoover, and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Alcohol consumption and breast cancer.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1987, 78: 657-661.
  • M. A. Tucker, G. J. D'Angio, J. D. Boice, Jr., L. C. Strong, F. P. Li, M. Stovall, B. J. Stone, D. M. Green, F. Lombardi, W. Newton, R. N. Hoover and J. F. and Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Bone sarcomas linked to radiotherapy and chemotherapy in children.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1987, 317: 588-593.
  • Y. T. Gao, W. J. Blot, W. Zheng, A. G. Ershow, C. W. Hsu, L. I. Levin, L.I., Zhang, R., and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Lung cancer among Chinese women. International Journal of Cancer, 1987, 40: 604-609.
  • Ji-Xian Wang, Ji-Xian Wang, John D. Boice, Jr., Ben-Xiao Li, Jing-Yuan Zhang, and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr:
    Cancer Among Medical Diagnostic X-Ray Workers in China.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Cary, NC, 1988, 80: 344-350.
  • Joseph K. McLaughlin, William J. Blot, and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr:
    Diuretics and Renal Cell Cancer. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1988, 80: 378
  • J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Etiologic insights from cancer mapping. In: R. W. Miller, S. Watanabe, J. F. Fraumeni, Jr., T. Sugimura, S. Takamaya and H. Sugano, editors: Unusual Occurrences as Clues to Cancer Etiology. Philadelphia, Taylor and Francis, 1988, pp. 13-25.
  • W. J. Blot, J. K. McLaughlin, D. M. Winn, D. F. Austin, R. G. Greenberg, S. Preston-Martin, L. Bernstein, J. Schoenberg, A. Stemhagen and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Smoking and drinking in relation to oral and pharyngeal cancer.
    Cancer Researc, 1988, 48:3282-3287.
  • W.-C. You, W. J. Blot, Y. S. Chang, A. G. Ershow, Z. T. Yang, Q. An, B. Henderson, G. W. Xu, J. F. Fraumeni, Jr., and T. G. Wang:
    Diet and high risk of stomach cancer in Shandong, China. Cancer Research, 1988, 48:3518-3523.
  • F. P. Li, J. F. Fraumeni, Jr., J. J. Mulvihill, W. A. Blattner, M. G. Dreyfus, M. A. Tucker and R. W. Miller:
    A cancer family syndrome in twenty-four kindreds. Cancer Research, 1988, 48: 5358-5362.
  • L. M. Brown, W. J. Blot, S. H. Schuman, V. A. Smith, A. G. Ershow, R. D. Marks and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Environmental factors and high risk of esophageal cancer among men in coastal South Carolina.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1988, 80: 1620-1625.
  • Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., Takashi Sugimura, Haruo Sugano, Shozo Takayama, Shaw Watanabe, Robert W. Miller:
    Unusual Occurrences of Cancer as a Clue of Cancer Etiology: Proceedings of the 18th International Symposium of the Princess Takamatsu Cancer Research Fund, November 1987, Tokyo. Taylor & Francis, Inc January 1989. 350 pages.
  • S. H. Zahm, A. Blair, F. F. Holmes, C. D. Boysen, R. J. Robel and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    A case-control study of soft-tissue sarcoma.
    American Journal of Epidemiology, Baltimore, 1989, 130: 665-674.
  • Z. Y. Xu, W. J. Blot, H. P. Xiao, A. Wu, Y. P. Feng, B. J. Stone, J. Sun, A. G. Ershow, B. E. Henderson and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Smoking, air pollution, and the high rates of lung cancer in Shenyang, China.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1989, 81: 1800-1806.
  • D. Malkin, F. P. Li, L. C. Strong, J. F. Fraumeni, Jr., C. E, Nelson, D. H. Kim, J. Kassel, M. A. Gryka, F. Z. Bischoff, M. A. Tainsky and S. H. Friend:
    Germ line p53 mutations in a familial syndrome of breast cancer, sarcomas, and other neoplasms. Science, Washington, 1990, 250: 1233-1238, 1990.
  • W. J. Blot, S. S. Devesa, R. W. Kneller and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Rising incidence of adenocarcinoma of the esophagus and gastric cardia.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1991, 265: 1287-1289.
  • D. M. Winn, W. J. Blot, J. K. McLaughlin, D. F. Austin, R. S. Greenberg, S. Preston-Martin, J. B. Schoenberg and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Mouthwash use and oral conditions in the risk of oral and pharyngeal cancer.
    Cancer Researc, 1991, 51: 3044-3047.
  • J. E. Garber, A. M. Goldstein, A. F. Kantor, M. G. Dreyfus, J. F. Fraumeni, Jr. and F. P. Li:
    Follow-up study of twenty-four families with Li-Fraumeni syndrome.
    Cancer Research, 1991, 51: 6094-6097.
  • J. K. McLaughlin, D. T. Silverman, A. W. Hsing, R. K. Ross, J. B. Schoenberg, M. C. Yu, A. Stemhagen, C. F. Lynch, W. J. Blot and J, F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Cigarette smoking and cancers of the renal pelvis and ureter.
    Cancer Research, 52:254-257, 1992.
  • F. P. Li, J. E. Garber, S. H. Friend, L. C. Strong, A. F. Patenaude, E. T. Juengst, P. R. Reilly, P. Correa and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Recommendations on predictive testing for germ line p53 mutations among cancer-prone individuals. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1992, 84:1156-1160.
  • G. L. Day, W. J. Blot, D. F. Austin, L. Bernstein, R. S. Greenberg, S. Preston-Martin, J. B. Schoenberg, D. M. Winn, J. K. McLaughlin and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Racial differences in risk of oral and pharyngeal cancer: Alcohol, tobacco, and other determinants. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1993, 85: 465-473.
  • J. F. Fraumeni, Jr., R. N. Hoover, S. S. Devesa and L. J. Kinlen:
    Epidemiology of cancer. V. T. DeVita, Jr., S. Hellman and S. A. Rosenberg, editors: Cancer: Principles and Practice of Oncology. 4th Edition. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1993, pp. 150-181.
  • W. J. Blot, J.Y. Li, P. R. Taylor, W. Guo, S. Dawsey, G. Q. Wang, C. S. Yang, S. F. Zheng, M. Gail, G.Y. Li, Yu Yu, B. Q. Liu, J. Tangrea, Y. H. Sun, F. Liu, J. F. Fraumeni, Jr., Y. H. Zhang, and B. Li:
    Nutrition intervention trials in Linxian, China: Supplementation with specific vitamin/mineral combinations, cancer incidence, and disease-specific mortality in the general population.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1993, 85: 1483-1492.
  • R. Doll, J. F. Fraumeni, Jr., and C. S. Muir, editors:
    Cancer Surveys Vol. 19/20: Trends in Cancer Incidence and Mortality.
    New York, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 1994.
  • M. Dosemeci, R. N. Hoover, A. Blair, L. W. Figgs, S. Devesa, D. Grauman and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Farming and prostate cancer among African-Americans in the southeastern United States.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1994, 86: 1718-1719.
  • Susan S. Devesa, William J. Blot, B.J. Stone, Barry Miller, Robert E. Tarone, and Joseph F. Fraumeni:
    Recent Cancer Trends in the United States.
    Environmental Health Monthly, April 1995, 7 (7).
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1995, 87: 175-182.
  • Shelia Hoar Zahm, Aaron Blair, Kenneth P. Cantor, and Joseph F. Fraumeni Jr:
    Other American studies fail to confirm an association.
    Letter. British Medical Journal, 1995, 310: 1009-1010.
  • J. K. McLaughlin, Z. Hrubec, W. J. Blot and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Smoking and cancer mortality among U.S. veterans: A 26-year follow-up.
    International Journal of Cancer, 1995, 60: 190-193.
  • W. H. Chow, W. D. Finkle, J. K. McLaughlin, H. Frankl, H. K. Ziel and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    The relation of gastroesophageal reflux disease and its treatment to adenocarcinomas of the esophagus and gastric cardia.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1995, 274: 474-477.
  • J. H. Olsen, J. D. Boice, Jr., N. Scersholin, A. Bartz and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Cancer in the parents of children with cancer.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1995, 333: 1594-1599.
  • W. H. Chow, J. K. McLaughlin, Z. Hrubec and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Smoking and biliary tract cancer in a cohort of U.S. veterans.
    The British Journal of Cancer, 1995, 72: 1556-1558.
  • S. H. Zahm, J. F. Fraumeni and D. L. Davis, editors:
    President's Cancer Panel Conference on Avoidable Causes of Cancer.
    Environmental Health Perspectives, 1995, 103 (Suppl. 8): 125-320.
  • L. B. Travis, R. E. Curtis, J. D. Boice, Jr., C. E. Platz, B. F. Hankey and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Second malignant neoplasms among long-term survivors of ovarian cancer.
    Cancer Research, 1996, 56:1564-1570.
  • R. G. Ziegler, E. A. Colavito, P. Hartge, M. J. McAdams, J. B. Schoenberg, T. J. Mason and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Importance of -carotene, -carotene and other phytochemicals in the etiology of lung cancer.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1996, 88: 612-615.
  • R. G. Ziegler, R. N. Hoover, A. M. Y. Nomura, D. W. West, A. H. Wu, M. C. Pike, A. J. Lake, P. L. Horn-Ross, L. N. Kolonel, P. K. Siiteri and J, F. Fraumeni,Jr.:
    Relative weight, weight change, height and breast cancer risk in Asian-American women.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1996, 88: 653-660.
  • J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    An interdisciplinary approach to populations at high risk of cancer. ¨
    Cancer, 1996, 78:548-552.
  • D. Schottenfeld and J. F. Fraumeni:
    Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention.
    2nd Edition. Oxford University Press, New York, 1996.
  • Linda Morris Brown MPH, Gloria Gridley MS, Jørgen H. Olsen MD, Lene Mellemkj Fr MS, Martha S. Linet MD, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr MD:
    Cancer Risk and Mortality Patterns Among Silicotic Men in Sweden and Denmark.
    Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Chicago, 1997, 39 (7).
  • Marilie D. Gammon, Janet B. Schoenberg, Habibul Ahsan, Harvey A. Risch, Thomas L. Vaughan, Wong-Ho Chow, Heidi Rotterdam, A. Brian West, Robert Dubrow, Janet L. Stanford, Susan T. Mayne, Diana C. Farrow, Shelley Niwa, William J. Blot, Joseph F. Fraumeni Jr:
    Tobacco, alcohol, and socioeconomic status and adenocarcinomas of the esophagus and gastric cardia.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, September 3, 1997, 89: 1277-1284.
  • Johanna Adami, Olof Nyrén, Reinhold Bergström, Anders Ekbom, Joseph K. McLaughlin, Claes Högman, Joseph F. Fraumeni Jr., and Bengt Glimelius:
    Blood Transfusion and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: Lack of Association.
    Annals of Internal Medicine, September 1, 1997, 127: 365-371.
  • Howard D. Strickler, Philip S. Rosenberg, Susan S. Devesa, Joan Hertel, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr; James J. Goedert:
    Contamination of Poliovirus Vaccines With Simian Virus 40 (1955-1963) and Subsequent Cancer Rates.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1998, 279: 292-295.
  • Michael D. Innis, Howard D. Strickler, Philip S. Rosenberg, Susan S. Devesa, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr, James J. Goedert:
    Simian Virus 40-Contaminated Polio Vaccine and Cancer Rates.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, November 4, 1998, 280: 1481.
  • Steven D. Mark, Wen Wang, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., Jun-Yao Li, Philip R. Taylor, Guo-Qing Wang, Sanford M. Dawsey, Bing Li, and William J. Blot:
    Do Nutritional Supplements Lower the Risk of Stroke or Hypertension?
    Epidemiology, January 1998, 9 (1).
  • B.Ronan O'Driscoll, Martin J.Jarvis, Richard Edwards, Michael Jakubovic, Jay H.Lubin, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr, N. J. Wald, and H. C. Watt:
    Effect on mortality of switching from cigarettes to pipes or cigars.
    British Medical Journal, 1998, 316: 862.
  • W. H. Chow, W. J. Blot, T. L. Vaughan, H. A. Risch, M. D. Gammon, J. L. Stanford, R. Dubrow, J. B. Schoenberg, S. T. Mayne, D. C. Farrow, H. Ahsan, A. B. West, H. Rotterdam, S. Niwa and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Body mass index and risk of adenocarcinomas of the esophagus and gastric cardia.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1998, 90:150-155, 1998.
  • W. H. Chow, M. J. Blaser, W. J. Blot, M. D. Gammon, T. L. Vaughan, H. A. Risch, G. I. Perez-Perez, J. B. Schoenberg, J. L. Stanford, H. Rotterdam, A. B. West and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    An inverse relation between cagA+ strains of cobacter pyloriection and risk of esophageal and gastric cardia adenocarcinoma. Cancer Research, 1998, 58: 588-590.
  • J. Benichou, W. H. Chow, J. K. McLaughlin, J. S. Mandel and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Population attributable risk of renal cell cancer in Minnesota.
    American Journal of Epidemiology, Baltimore, 148: 424-430.
  • T. L. Vaughan, D. C. Farrow, P. D. Hansten, W. H. Chow, M. D. Gammon, H. A. Risch, J. L. Stanford, J. B. Schoenberg, S. T. Mayne, H. Rotterdam, R. Dubrow, H. Ahsan, A. B. West, W. J. Blot and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Risk of esophageal and gastric adenocarcinomas in relation to use of calcium channel blockers, asthma drugs, and other medications that promote gastroesophageal reflux.
    Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, Baltimore, 1998, 7: 749-756.
  • J. L. Ma, W. C. You, M. H. Gail, L. Zhang, W. J. Blot, Y. S. Chang, J. Jiang, W. D. Liu, Y. R. Hu, L. M. Brown, G. W. Xu and J. F. Fraumeni, J.F.Jr.:
    elicobacter pylori ction and mode of transmission in a population at high risk of stomach cancer. International Journal of Epidemiology, 1998, 27: 570-573.
  • L. M. Brown, C. A. Swanson, G. Gridley, G. M. Swanson, D. T. Silverman, R. S. Greenberg, R. B. Hayes, J. B. Silverberg, L. M. Pottern, A. G. Schwartz, J. M. Liff, R. Hoover, and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Dietary factors and the risk of squamous cell esophageal cancer among black and white men in the United States.
    Cancer Causes and Control, Oxford, 1998, 9: 467-474.
  • Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr. and Barbara K. Rimer:
    Cancer Surveillance Series: Inauguration.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1999, 91: 1004
  • Martha S. Linet, Gloria Gridley, Olof Nyren, Lene Mellemkjaer, Jörgen H. ölsen, Shannon Keehn, Hans-Olov Adami, and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr:
    Primary Liver Cancer, Other Malignancies, and Mortality Risks following Porphyria: A Cohort Study in Denmark and Sweden.
    American Journal of Epidemiology, 2000, 149 (1).
  • Wong-Ho Chow , Susan S. Devesa, Joan L. Warren, Joseph F. Fraumeni:
    Rising Incidence of Renal Cell Cancer in the United States.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, May 1999, 281 (17): 1628-1631.
  • Frank D. Groves, Lian Zhang, Yun-Sheng Chang, P. Frank Ross, Howard Casper, William P. Norred, Wei-Cheng You, and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr:
    Fusarium Mycotoxins in Corn and Corn Products in a High-Risk Area for Gastric Cancer in Shandong Province, China. Journal of AOAC International, May/June 1999, 82 (3): 657-662.
  • Martha S. Linet, Gloria Gridley, Olof Nyrén, Lene Mellemkjaer, Jorgen H. Olsen, Shannon Keehn, Hans-Olov Adami, and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr:
    Primary Liver Cancer, Other Malignancies, and Mortality Risks following Porphyria: A Cohort Study in Denmark and Sweden.
    American Journal of Epidemiology, June 1, 1999, 149 (11): 1010-1015.
  • Susan S. Devesa, Dan J. Grauman, Robert N. Hoover, William J. Blot, Gene A. Pennello, and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Atlas of Cancer Mortality in the United States: 1950-94.
    No.(NIH) Publ No.99-4564. Washington, D.C., U.S. Govt Print Off., 1999.
  • S. S. Devesa, D. J. Grauman, W. J. Blot and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Cancer surveillance series: Changing geographic patterns of lung cancer mortality in the United States, 1950 through 1994.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1999, 91: 1040-1050.
  • D. T. Silverman, M. Schiffman, J. Everhart, A. Goldstein, K. D. Lillemoe, G. M. Swanson, A. G. Schwartz, L. M. Brown, R. S. Greenberg, J. B. Schoenberg, L. M. Pottern, R. N. Hoover and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Diabetes mellitus, other medical conditions and familial history of cancer as risk factors for pancreatic cancer.
    The British Journal of Cancer, 1999, 80: 1830-1837.
  • D. W. Bell, J. M. Varley, T. E. Szydlo, D. H. Kang, D. C. R. Wahrer, K. E. Shannon, M. Lubratovich, S. J. Verselis, K. J. Isselbacher, J. F. Fraumeni, Jr., J. M, Birch, F. P. Li, J. E. Garber and D. A. Haber:
    Heterozygous germ line hCHK2ations in Li-Fraumeni syndrome.
    Science, Washington, 1999, 286: 2528-2531.
  • Wong-Ho Chow, Gloria Gridley, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., Bengt Jarvholm:
    Obesity, Hypertension, and the Risk of Kidney Cancer in Men.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, November 2, 2000, 343 (18): 1305-1311
  • Steven D. Mark, You-lin Qiao, Sanford M. Dawsey, Yan-Ping Wu, Hormuzd Katki, Elaine W. Gunter, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., William J. Blot, Zhi-Wei Dong, Phillip R. Taylor:
    Prospective Study of Selenium Levels and Incident Esophageal and Gastric Cancers. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, November 21, 2000, 92 (21): 1753-1763.
  • Dan J. Grauman, Robert E. Tarone, Susan S. Devesa, and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr:
    Alternative Ranging Methods for Cancer Mortality Maps.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 2000, 92: 534-543.
  • Emad M. El-Omar, Mary Carrington, Wong-Ho Chow, Kenneth E. L. McColl, Jay H. Bream, Howard A. Young, Jesus Herrera, Jolanta Lissowska, Chiu-Chin Yuan, Nathaniel Rothman, George Lanyon, Maureen Martin, Joseph F. Fraumeni Jr & Charles S. Rabkin:
    The role of interleukin-1 polymorphisms in the pathogenesis of gastric cancer.
    Nature, 2000, 404: 398-402.
  • Jay H. Lubin, Linda M. Pottern, B. J. Stone, and Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr:
    Respiratory Cancer in a Cohort of Copper Smelter Workers: Results from More Than 50 Years of Follow-up.
    American Journal of Epidemiology, March 15, 2000, 151 (6): 554.565.
  • D. Baris, L.M. Brown, D. T. Silverman, R. Hayes, R. N. Hoover, G. M. Swanson, M. Dosemeci, A. G. Schwartz, J. M. Liff, J. B. Schoenberg, L. M. Pottern, J. Lubin, R. S. Greenberg and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Socioeconomic status and multiple myeloma among U.S. blacks and whites.
    American Journal of Public Health, Washington, D.C., 2000, 90: 1277-1281.
  • N. Rothman, S. Wacholder, N. E. Caporaso, M. Garcia-Closas, K. Buetow and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    The use of common genetic polymorphisms to enhance the epidemiologic study of environmental carcinogens.
    Published online:10 August 2000. BBA (Reviews on Cancer) 1471 (2): C1-C10, 2000.
  • Alicja Wolk, Gloria Gridley, Malin Svensson, Olof Nyrén, Joseph K. McLaughlin, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., Hans-Olov Adami:
    A perspective study of obesity and cancer risk (Sweden).
    Cancer Causes and Control, Oxford, January 2001, 12 (1): 13-21.
  • Emad M. El-Omar, Mary Carrington, Wong-Ho Chow, Kenneth E. L. McColl, Jay H. Bream, Howard A. Young, Jesus Herrera, Jolanta Lissowska, Chiu-Chin Yuan, Nathaniel Rothman, George Lanyon, Maureen Martin, Joseph F. Fraumeni Jr & Charles S. Rabkin:
    correction: The role of interleukin-1 polymorphisms in the pathogenesis of gastric cancer.
    Nature, July 5, 2001, 412 (6842): 99.
  • Lisa B. Signorello, Weimin Ye, Jon P. Fryzek, Loren Lipworth, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., William J. Blot, Joseph K. McLaughlin, Olof Nyrén:
    Nationwide Study of Cancer Risk Among Hip Replacement Patients in Sweden.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, September 19, 2001, 93 (18): 1405-1410.
  • Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr:
    Genes and the Environment in Cancer Causation: Epidemiologic Opportunities.
    Cutter Lecture on Preventive Medicine Harvard School of Public Health, December 10, 2001.
  • L. M. Brown, R. Hoover, D. Silverman, D. Baris, R. Hayes, G. M. Swanson, J. Schoenberg, R. Greenberg, J. Liff, A. Schwartz, M. Dosemeci, L. Pottern and J. F. Fraumeni, Jr.:
    Excess incidence of squamous cell esophageal cancer among US black men: Role of social class and other risk factors.

    American Journal of Epidemiology, Baltimore, 201, 153: 114-122.
  • Lois B. Travis, Mary Gospodarowicz, Rochelle E. Curtis, E. Aileen Clarke, Michael Anderson, Bengt Glimelius, Time Joensuu, Charles F. Lynch, Flora E. van Leeuwen, Eric Holowaty, Hans Storm, Ingrid Glimelius, Eero Pukkala, Marilyn Stovall, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., John D. Boice, Jr., Ethel Gilbert.
    Lung Cancer Following Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy for Hodgkin's Disease.
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, February, 2002, 94 (3): 182-192.

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