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    • The burden of cancer attributable to modifiable risk factors: the Australian cancer-PAF cohort consortium 

      Arriaga, M; Vajdic, C; Canfell, K; MacInnis, R; Hull, P; Magliano, D; Banks, E; Giles, G; Cumming, R; Byles, J; Taylor, A; Shaw, J; Price, K; Hirani, V; Mitchell, P; Adelstein, B; Laaksonen, M (BMJ Publishing Group, 2017-04)
      PURPOSE: To estimate the Australian cancer burden attributable to lifestyle-related risk factors and their combinations using a novel population attributable fraction (PAF) method that accounts for competing risk of ...
    • The future burden of lung cancer attributable to current modifiable behaviours: a pooled study of seven Australian cohorts 

      Laaksonen, M; Canfell, K; MacInnis, R; Arriaga, M; Banks, E; Magliano, D; Giles, G; Cumming, R; Byles, J; Mitchell, P; Gill, T; Hirani, V; McCullough, S; Shaw, J; Taylor, A; Adelstein, B; Vajdic, C (Oxford University Press, 2018-07-02)
      Background Knowledge of preventable disease and differences in disease burden can inform public health action to improve health and health equity. We quantified the future lung cancer burden preventable by behavioural ...
    • The Future Colorectal Cancer Burden Attributable to Modifiable Behaviors: A Pooled Cohort Study 

      Vajdic, C; MacInnis, R; Canfell, K; Hull, P; Arriaga, M; Hirani, V; Cumming, R; Mitchell, P; Byles, J; Giles, G; Banks, E; Taylor, A; Shaw, J; Magliano, D; Marker, J; Adelstein, B; Gill, T; Laaksonen, M (Oxford University Press, 2018-07)
      Background Previous estimates of the colorectal cancer (CRC) burden attributed to behaviors have not considered joint effects, competing risk, or population subgroup differences. Methods We pooled data from seven ...