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Bauer, S.E.; Wagner, S.E.; Burch, J.; Bayakly, R.; Vena, J.E. A case-referent study: light at night and breast cancer risk in Georgia 2013 International Journal of Health Geographics 12 23 details   doi
Dickerman, B.; Liu, J. Does current scientific evidence support a link between light at night and breast cancer among female night-shift nurses? Review of evidence and implications for occupational and environmental health nurses 2012 Workplace Health & Safety 60 273-81; quiz 282 details   doi
Dumont, M.; Lanctot, V.; Cadieux-Viau, R.; Paquet, J. Melatonin production and light exposure of rotating night workers 2012 Chronobiology International 29 203-210 details   doi
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 details   doi
Grundy, A.; Richardson, H.; Burstyn, I.; Lohrisch, C.; SenGupta, S.K.; Lai, A.S.; Lee, D.; Spinelli, J.J.; Aronson, K.J. Increased risk of breast cancer associated with long-term shift work in Canada 2013 Occupational and Environmental Medicine 70 831-838 details   doi
Hansen, J.; Lassen, C.F. Nested case-control study of night shift work and breast cancer risk among women in the Danish military 2012 Occupational and Environmental Medicine 69 551-556 details   doi
Haus, E.; Smolensky, M. Biological clocks and shift work: circadian dysregulation and potential long-term effects 2006 Cancer Causes & Control : CCC 17 489-500 details   doi
Haus, E.L.; Smolensky, M.H. Shift work and cancer risk: potential mechanistic roles of circadian disruption, light at night, and sleep deprivation 2013 Sleep Medicine Reviews 17 273-284 details   doi
Kantermann, T.; Roenneberg, T. Is light-at-night a health risk factor or a health risk predictor? 2009 Chronobiology International 26 1069-1074 details   doi
Kessel, L.; Siganos, G.; Jorgensen, T.; Larsen, M. Sleep disturbances are related to decreased transmission of blue light to the retina caused by lens yellowing 2011 Sleep 34 1215-1219 details   doi
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