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MacLeod, J. S., M. Harris A., Tjepkema M., Peters P. A., and Demers P. A. (2017).  Cancer risks among welders and occasional welders in a national population-based cohort study: Canadian Census Health and Environmental Cohort (CanCHEC). Safety and Health at Work, 8 (3), 258-266. Abstract
Kachuri, L., M. Harris A., MacLeod J. S., Tjepkema M., Peters P. A., and Demers P. A. (2017).  Cancer risks in a population-based study of 70,570 agricultural workers: Results from the Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort (CanCHEC). BMC Cancer, 17 (343), 1-15. Abstract
Withrow, D. R., Pole J. D., E. Nishri D., Tjepkema M., and Marrett L. D. (2017).  Cancer survival disparities between First Nation and non-Aboriginal adults in Canada: Follow-up of the 1991 census mortality cohort. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 26 (1), 145-151. Abstract
Withrow, D. R., Pole J. D., E. Nishri D., Tjepkema M., and Marrett L. D. (2017).  Choice of relative or cause-specific approach to cancer survival analysis impacts estimates differentially by cancer type, population and application: Evidence from a Canadian population-based cohort study. Population Health Metrics, 15 (24), 1-9. Abstract
Hadkhale, K., MacLeod J., Demers P. A., Martinsen J. I., Weiderpass E., Kjaerheim K., et al. (2017).  Occupational variation in incidence of bladder cancer: A comparison of population-representative cohorts from Nordic countries and Canada. BMJ Open, 7 (8), 1-9. Abstract
Pahwa, M., M. Harris A., MacLeod J., Tjepkema M., Peters P. A., and Demers P. A. (2017).  Sedentary work and the risks of colon and rectal cancer by anatomical sub-site in the Canadian Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort (CanCHEC). Cancer Epidemiology, 49 (August), 144-151. Abstract