If case validation confirms an excess in occurrence, a field investigation should be conducted in order to further define epidemiologic characteristics of the potential cancer cluster
Oftentimes, a preliminary, rough assessment such as described in this example is adequate to decide that there is not enough evidence of a cancer cluster
, and no further investigation is necessary.
Recently there have been several news items about possible cancer clusters
lain the Australian media.
To explore the issue of cancer clusters
near hazardous waste sites, the author used a geographic information system (GIS) and spatial-scan statistical software, SaTScan (Version 6.
She said the Health Protection Agency had rejected a direct link between mobile masts and cancer clusters
, and claimed that contrary to common belief, Agency head Sir William Stewart had never recommended siting masts away from schools.
Craig Trumbo adds considerably to the literature of risk communication with his study of the varying risk perceptions of people in Ames, IA, when confronted with the possibility that a cancer cluster
existed in their community.
A literature review was conducted concerning cancer cluster
investigations using the MEDLINE data base.
Were that true it would probably be the most amazing cancer cluster
Freiwald, 48, is lead counsel for the Plaintiffs in the McCullom Lake brain cancer cluster
litigation and other environmental tort cases.
In its 171 page ruling the court said: "From 1976 to 2009, the systemic emission of toxic gas dichloromethane R40 which is potentially carcinogenic created a cancer cluster
in the area in question.
Chris Sununu has removed Steve Kenda of North Hampton from the Seacoast Cancer Cluster
Commission after he wrote an oped piece saying there is no cancer cluster
Furthermore, they suggested the German KiKK study had been distorted by the presence of a cancer cluster