Publications from Collaborating Investigators

In addition to publishing its own research directly, Silent Spring Institute has been involved in the research of others, as a collaborator, a funder, or a provider of data. That research is represented here, as well as a few of the other important articles by our close collaborators.

Ettinger, AS, AR Zota, CJ Amarasiriwardena, MR Hopkins, J Schwartz, H Hu, RO Wright. 2009. Maternal Arsenic Exposure and Impaired Glucose Tolerance during Pregnancy. Environmental Health Perspectives, doi: 10.1289/ehp.0800533 Abstract
Friedman, GD, J Sheng-Fang, N Udaltsova, J Chan, CP Quesenberry, LA Habel. 2008. Pharmaceuticals that cause mammary gland tumors in animals: findings in women. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, DOI 10.1007/s10549-008-0123-1. Abstract
Moysich, K.B., Beehler, G.P., Zirpoli, G., Choi, J.Y., Baker, J.A. 2008. Use of common medications and breast cancer risk. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 17 (7): 1564-1595. PDF icon Article
Xue, R., and Michels, K.B. 2007. Intrauterine factors and risk of breast cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis of current evidence. Lancet Oncology, 8 (12): 1088-1100. Abstract
Michels, K.B., Mohllajee, A.P., Bahmanyar, E.R., Beehler, G.B., Moysich, K.P. 2007. Diet and Breast Cancer: A review of the prospective observational studies. Cancer, 109 (S12): 2712-2749. Article PDF icon Summary
Susan G. Komen for the Cure. 2007. Advocate Perspective: Advancing Science-Based Approaches to Breast Cancer Prevention. Cancer, 109 (S12): 2750-2751. Commentary
Brown, P, S McCormick, B Mayer, S Zavestoski, R Morello-Frosch, R Gasior Altman, L Senier. 2006. “A Lab of Our Own” Environmental Causation of Breast Cancer and Challenges to the Dominant Epidemiological Paradigm. Science, Technology, & Human Values 31(5):499–536. PDF icon Article
Morello-Frosch, R, BM Jesdale. 2006. Separate and Unequal: Residential Segregation and Estimated Cancer Risks Associated with Ambient Air Toxics in U.S. Metropolitan Areas. Environmental Health Perspectives, 114 (3): 386-393. Article
Aschengrau A, S Rogers, D Ozonoff. 2002. Tetrachroloethylene-contaminated drinking water and the risk of breast cancer: Additional results from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Environmental Health Perspectives doi:10.1289/ehp.4980 [online October 25, 2002]. Abstract
Paulu, C, A Aschengrau, D Ozonoff. 2002. Exploring associations between residential location and breast cancer incidence in a case-control study. Environmental Health Perspectives 110(5):471–478. Abstract
Coogan, PF, A Aschengrau. 1999. Occupational physical activity and breast cancer risk in the Upper Cape Cod Cancer Incidence Study. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 36(2):279–285. Abstract
Paulu, C, A Aschengrau, D Ozonoff. 1999. Tetrachloroethylene-contaminated drinking water in Massachusetts and the risk of colon-rectum, lung, and other cancers. Environmental Health Perspectives 107(4):265–271. Abstract
Sonnenschein, C, AM Soto. 1999. Society of cells: Cancer and control of cell proliferation. New York: Springer-Verlag. (not available online)
Coogan, PF, A Aschengrau. 1998. Exposure to power frequency magnetic fields and risk of breast cancer in the Upper Cape Cod Cancer Incidence Study. Archives of Environmental Health 53(5):359–367. Abstract
Aschengrau, A, C Paulu, D Ozonoff. 1998. Tetrachloroethylene-contaminated drinking water and the risk of breast cancer. Environmental Health Perspectives 106(suppl 4):947–953. Abstract
Aschengrau, A, PF Coogan, M Quinn, L Cashins. 1998. Occupational exposure to estrogenic chemicals and the occurrence of breast cancer: An exploratory analysis. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 34(1):6–14. Abstract
Ozonoff, DA, T Webster. 1997. The Lattice Diagram and 2 x 2 Tables. Toxicology and Industrial Health 13(2-3):339–355 (not available online)
Aschengrau, A, D Ozonoff, P Coogan, R Vezina, T Heeren, Y Zhang. 1996. Cancer risk and residential proximity to cranberry cultivation in Massachusetts. American Journal of Public Health 86(9):1289–1296. Abstract
Soto, AM, C Sonnenschein, KL Chung, MF Fernandez, N Olea, FO Serrano. 1995. The E-SCREEN assay as a tool to identify estrogens: An update on estrogenic environmental pollutants. Environmental Health Perspectives 103(suppl 7): 113–122. Abstract
Ozonoff, DA, A Aschengrau, P Coogan. 1994. Cancer in the vicinity of a Department of Defense Superfund site in Massachusetts. Toxicology and Industrial Health 10:119–141. (not available online)
Soto, AM, H Justicia, JW Wray, C Sonnenschein. 1991. p-Nonyl-phenol: an estrogenic xenobiotic released from “modified” polystyrene. Environmental Health Perspectives 92:167–173. Abstract
Aschengrau, A, S Zierler, A Cohen. 1989. Quality of community drinking water and the occurrence of spontaneous abortions. Archives of Environmental Health 44(5):283–290. Abstract
Clapp, RW, S Cobb, CK Chan, B Walker. 1987. Leukemia near Massachusetts nuclear power plant. Lancet (December 5):1325. Abstract