Arsenic Health Effects Research Program and Related Publications

 

Smith AH, Bates MN. Confidence limit analyses should replace power calculations in the interpretation of epidemiologic studies. Epidemiology 3(5):449-52, 1992. [summary] 

Smith AH, Hopenhayn-Rich C, Bates MN, Goeden HM, Hertz-Picciotto I, Duggan HM, Wood R, Smith T, and Kosnett MJ. Cancer risks from arsenic in drinking water. Environ Health Perspect 97:259-67, 1992.  [PDF] 

Hertz-Picciotto I, Smith AH, Holzman D, Lipsett M, Alexeef G. Synergism between occupational arsenic exposure and smoking in the induction of lung cancer. Epidemiology 3(1):23-31, 1992. [summary] 

Smith AH, Patterson DG, Jr., Warner ML, MacKenzie R, Needham LL. Serum 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin levels of New Zealand pesticide applicators and their implication for cancer hypotheses. J Natl Cancer Inst 84(2):104-8, 1992.  [summary] 

Bates MN, Smith AH, Hopenhayn-Rich C. Arsenic ingestion and internal cancers: A review. Am J Epidemiol 135(5):462-76, 1992.  [PDF] 

Smith AH, Waller KD. Serum beta-carotene in persons with cancer and their immediate families. Am J Epidemiol 133(7):661-71, 1991. [summary] 

Smith AH, Goeden H. Health risk assessment of incinerator air emissions incorporating background ambient air data. Combust Sci Tech 74:51-61, 1990. [summary] 

Smith AH, Handley MA, Wood R. Epidemiological evidence indicates asbestos causes laryngeal cancer. J Occup Med 32(6):499-507, 1990. [summary] 

Sharp DS, Benowitz NL, Osterloh JD, Becker CE, Smith AH, Syme SL. Influence of race, tobacco use, and caffeine use on the relation between blood pressure and blood lead concentration. Am J Epidemiol 131(5):845-54, 1990. [summary] 

Mendell MJ, Smith AH. Consistent pattern of elevated symptoms in air-conditioned office buildings: A reanalysis of epidemiologic studies. Am J Public Health 80:1193-9, 1990. [summary] 

Smith AH, Goeden H, Frisch J. The importance of the hazard identification phase of health risk assessments illustrated with antimony emissions from waste incineration facilities. In: Advances in Risk Analysis, vol 7 (Bonin JJ, Stevenson DE, eds). New York: Plenum Press, 539-43, 1989. [summary] 

Smith AH, Bates MN. Epidemiological studies of cancer and pesticide exposure. In: 196th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Los Angeles, CA , 207-22, 1989. [summary] 

Smith AH, Shearn VI, Wood R. Asbestos and kidney cancer: The evidence supports a causal association. Am J Ind Med 16(2):159-66, 1989. [summary

Sharp DS, Osterloh J, Becker CE, Smith AH, Holman BL, Fisher JM. Elevated blood pressures in treated hypertensives with low-level lead accumulation. Arch Environ Health 44:18-22, 1989. [summary]

Goeden HM, Smith AH. A method for estimation of fish contamination from dioxins and furans emitted by resource recovery facilities. In: JJ Bonin, DE Stevenson, (eds): Advances in Risk Analysis, vol 7; New York: Plenum Press, 1989. [summary]

Goeden HM, Smith AH. Estimation of human exposure from fish contaminated with dioxins and furans emitted by a resource-recovery facility. Risk Anal 9:377-83, 1989. [summary

Smith AH. Epidemiologic input to environmental risk assessment. Arch Environ Health 43(2):124-9, 1988. [summary] 

Frost F, Harter L, Milham S, Royce R, Smith AH, Hartley J, Enterline P. Lung cancer among women residing close to an arsenic-emitting copper smelter. Arch Environ Health 42(3):148-52, 1987. [summary] 

ARSENIC HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH PROGRAM

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University of California

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