Richard G. Stevens
Richard G. Stevens
UConn Medical School
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Night shift work, light at night, and risk of breast cancer
S Davis, DK Mirick, RG Stevens
Journal of the national cancer institute 93 (20), 1557-1562, 2001
Body iron stores and the risk of cancer
RG Stevens, DY Jones, MS Micozzi, PR Taylor
New England Journal of Medicine 319 (16), 1047-1052, 1988
Electric power use and breast cancer: a hyptothesis
RG Stevens
Am. J. Epidemiol.;(United States) 125 (4), 1987
Considerations of circadian impact for defining ‘shift work’in cancer studies: IARC Working Group Report
RG Stevens, J Hansen, G Costa, E Haus, T Kauppinen, KJ Aronson, ...
Occupational and environmental medicine 68 (2), 154-162, 2011
Meeting report: the role of environmental lighting and circadian disruption in cancer and other diseases
RG Stevens, DE Blask, GC Brainard, J Hansen, SW Lockley, I Provencio, ...
Environmental health perspectives 115 (9), 1357-1362, 2007
Light-at-night, circadian disruption and breast cancer: assessment of existing evidence
RG Stevens
International journal of epidemiology 38 (4), 963-970, 2009
Circulating sex hormones and breast cancer risk factors in postmenopausal women: reanalysis of 13 studies
E Hormones, Breast Cancer Collaborative Group
British journal of cancer 105 (5), 709, 2011
Two-stage model for carcinogenesis: epidemiology of breast cancer in females
SH Moolgavkar, NE Day, RG Stevens
Journal of the National Cancer Institute 65 (3), 559-569, 1980
Circadian disruption and breast cancer: from melatonin to clock genes
RG Stevens
Epidemiology 16 (2), 254-258, 2005
Breast cancer and circadian disruption from electric lighting in the modern world
RG Stevens, GC Brainard, DE Blask, SW Lockley, ME Motta
CA: a cancer journal for clinicians 64 (3), 207-218, 2014
Light in the built environment: potential role of circadian disruption in endocrine disruption and breast cancer
RG Stevens, MS Rea
Cancer Causes & Control 12, 279-287, 2001
Moderate elevation of body iron level and increased risk of cancer occurrence and death
RG Stevens, BI Graubard, MS Micozzi, K Neriishi, BS Blumberg
International journal of cancer 56 (3), 364-369, 1994
Health consequences of electric lighting practices in the modern world: a report on the National Toxicology Program's workshop on shift work at night, artificial light at night …
RM Lunn, DE Blask, AN Coogan, MG Figueiro, MR Gorman, JE Hall, ...
Science of the Total Environment 607, 1073-1084, 2017
Case–control study of shift-work and breast cancer risk in Danish nurses: impact of shift systems
J Hansen, RG Stevens
European journal of cancer 48 (11), 1722-1729, 2012
Shift work and cancer—considerations on rationale, mechanisms, and epidemiology
G Costa, E Haus, R Stevens
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 163-179, 2010
The melatonin hypothesis: electric power and breast cancer.
RG Stevens, S Davis
Environmental health perspectives 104 (suppl 1), 135-140, 1996
Light at night co‐distributes with incident breast but not lung cancer in the female population of Israel
I Kloog, A Haim, RG Stevens, M Barchana, BA Portnov
Chronobiology international 25 (1), 65-81, 2008
Global co‐distribution of light at night (LAN) and cancers of prostate, colon, and lung in men
I Kloog, A Haim, RG Stevens, BA Portnov
Chronobiology international 26 (1), 108-125, 2009
Rotating night-shift work and the risk of breast cancer in the nurses' health studies
LR Wegrzyn, RM Tamimi, BA Rosner, SB Brown, RG Stevens, ...
American journal of epidemiology 186 (5), 532-540, 2017
Electric power, pineal function, and the risk of breast cancer
RG Stevens, S Davis, DB Thomas, LE Anderson, BW Wilson
The FASEB Journal 6 (3), 853-860, 1992
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