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Erren, T.C.; Lewis, P. Hypothesis: ubiquitous circadian disruption can cause cancer 2019 European Journal of Epidemiology 34 1-4
Erren, T.C.; Lewis, P. Can yesterday's smoking research inform today's shiftwork research? Epistemological consequences for exposures and doses due to circadian disruption at and off work 2017 Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology (London, England) 12 29
Erren, T.C.; Morfeld, P.; Foster, R.G.; Reiter, R.J.; Gross, J.V.; Westermann, I.K. Sleep and cancer: Synthesis of experimental data and meta-analyses of cancer incidence among some 1 500 000 study individuals in 13 countries 2016 Chronobiology International 33 325-350
Erren, T.C.; Pape, H.G.; Reiter, R.J.; Piekarski, C. Chronodisruption and cancer 2008 Die Naturwissenschaften 95 367-382
Erren, T.C.; Reiter, R.J. Light Hygiene: Time to make preventive use of insights--old and new--into the nexus of the drug light, melatonin, clocks, chronodisruption and public health 2009 Medical Hypotheses 73 537-541
Erren, T.C.; Reiter, R.J. Preventing cancers caused by chronodisruption: blocking blue light alone is unlikely to do the trick 2009 Medical Hypotheses 73 1077-1078
Fritschi, L.; Erren, T.C.; Glass, D.C.; Girschik, J.; Thomson, A.K.; Saunders, C.; Boyle, T.; El-Zaemey, S.; Rogers, P.; Peters, S.; Slevin, T.; D'Orsogna, A.; de Vocht, F.; Vermeulen, R.; Heyworth, J.S. The association between different night shiftwork factors and breast cancer: a case-control study 2013 British Journal of Cancer 109 2472-2480
Lerchl, A.; Schindler, C.; Eichhorn, K.; Kley, F.; Erren, T.C. Indirect blue light does not suppress nocturnal salivary melatonin in humans in an automobile setting 2009 Journal of Pineal Research 47 143-146
Reiter, R.J.; Tan, D.X.; Erren, T.C.; Fuentes-Broto, L.; Paredes, S.D. Light-mediated perturbations of circadian timing and cancer risk: a mechanistic analysis 2009 Integrative Cancer Therapies 8 354-360