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Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Akintunde Alabi
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Physical activity and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women.2022
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Richard McNally
Socio-economic status and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women: a case control study2022
Dr Louise Hayes
Nermine Basta
Dr Colin Muirhead
Paul Gibson
Professor Deborah Tweddle
et al.
Temporal clustering of neuroblastic tumours in children and young adults from Ontario, Canada2022
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Christopher Stewart
Professor Nicholas Embleton
An observational cohort study and nested randomised controlled trial on nutrition and growth outcomes in moderate and late preterm infants (FLAMINGO).2021
Dr Richard McNally
Baseline CD3+CD56+ (NKT-like) cells and the outcome of influenza vaccination in children undergoing chemotherapy2021
Birgit Hanusch
Dr Stephen Tuck
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Harish Datta
Bone turnover markers as determinants of bone density and fracture in men with distal forearm fractures: the pathogenesis examined in the Mr F study.2021
Professor Anthony De Soyza
Phil Mawson
Dr Richard McNally
BronchUK: protocol for an observational cohort study and biobank in bronchiectasis2021
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Changes in air quality in Mexico City, London and Delhi in response to various stages and levels of lockdowns and easing of restrictions during COVID-19 pandemic2021
Dr Richard McNally
Changing epidemiology and age-specific incidence of cutaneous malignant melanoma in England: An analysis of the national cancer registration data by age, gender and anatomical site, 1981-20182021
Dr Richard McNally
Karen Blakey
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Congenital hypothyroidism: Space-time clustering of thyroid dysgenesis indicates a role for environmental factors in etiology2021
Professor John O'Brien
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Professor Alan Thomas
Claire Bamford
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
DTC-RP-PG-0311-12001: Improving the Diagnosis and Management of Neurodegenerative Dementia of Lewy Body Type in the NHS (DIAMOND-Lewy Programme)2021
Prof Loizos Loizou
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Richard McNally
Increasing incidence and survival of paediatric and adolescent thyroid cancer in Cyprus 1998-2017: A population-based study from the Cyprus Pediatric Oncology Registry2021
Niky Raja
Dr Louise Hayes
Nermine Basta
Dr Richard McNally
International trends in the incidence of brain tumours in children and young adults and their association with indicators of economic development2021
Professor John O'Brien
Professor Ian McKeith
Professor Alan Thomas
Claire Bamford
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
Introduction of a management toolkit for Lewy body dementia: A pilot cluster randomised trial2021
Dr Joseph Kane
Sharon Barker
Dr Richard McNally
Claire Bamford
Professor John-Paul Taylor
et al.
Introduction of an assessment toolkit associated with increased rate of DLB diagnosis2021
Dr Richard McNally
Nineteenth Report. Radiation doses in international radiology: issues for patients and staff within the UK2021
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Tibor Nyari
Patterns of suicide deaths in Hungary between 1995 and 20172021
Professor Janet Eyre
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
PB-PG-1208-18203-NIHR Research for Benefit Programme - Final report: Limbs Alive: Use of computer games to provide motivating, child centred therapy to improve bimanual skills for hemiplegic cerebral palsy2021
Dr Richard McNally
Prevention in acute leukemias in children2021
Mody Albalawi
Dr Anil Namdeo
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Richard McNally
Short-term effects of air pollution on daily asthma-related emergency department visits in an Industrial City2021
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Professor Alan Thomas
Dr Louise Allan
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
et al.
Clinical diagnosis of Lewy body dementia2020
Dr Richard McNally
Epidemiology of childhood tumors.2020
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Allyson Pollock
Karen Blakey
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Amy O'Donnell
et al.
Open letter to the ICO, CMOs and UK data providers: Reducing barriers to data access for research in the public interest - lessons from covid-192020
Dr Tibor Nyari
Dr Richard McNally
Seasonal variation in childhood mortality2020
Nermine Basta
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Deborah Tweddle
A systematic review of re-induction chemotherapy for children with relapsed high-risk neuroblastoma2019
Dr Richard McNally
Analysis of double-peak seasonality in the aetiology of perinatal mortality and childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia using the Walter-Elwood method2019
Dr Elizabeta Mukaetova-Ladinska
Dr Matathir Chan
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Andrew Teodorczuk
Delirium stigma among nursing and medical staff2019
Zeinab Abdel-All
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Raj Kalaria
Dr Elizabeta Mukaetova-Ladinska
Erythrocytes as Biomarkers for Dementia: Analysis of Protein Content and Alpha-Synuclein2019
Birgit Hanusch
Dr Stephen Tuck
Dr Richard McNally
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Dr Harish Datta
et al.
Quantitative Computed Tomography (QCT) of the Distal Forearm in Men Using a Spiral Whole-Body CT Scanner – Description of a Method and Reliability Assessment of the QCT Pro Software2019
Dr Richard McNally
Seasonal variation in mortality from external causes in Hungary between 1995 and 20042019
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Mark Pearce
Tuberculosis and diabetes: bidirectional association in a large primary care dataset in the UK2019
Chuleekorn Tanathitikorn
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Anil Namdeo
Dr Nicolette Rousseau
A time series analysis of associations between climate change and heat related illnesses and development of a heat warning system in Thailand2018
Dr Joseph Kane
Sally Barker
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Professor Alan Thomas
Dr Louise Allan
et al.
Clinical prevalence of Lewy body dementia2018
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Household, moderate physical activity and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women: an epidemiological study2018
Dr John Grady
Dr Sarah Pickett
Dr Yi Ng
Catherine Feeney
Dr Andrew Schaefer
et al.
mtDNA heteroplasmy level and copy number indicate disease burden in m.3243A>G mitochondrial disease2018
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Helen Reeves
Reply to ‘Comment on ‘Circulating Neutrophils in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma”2018
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Colin Muirhead
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Rising global burden of breast cancer: the case of sub-Saharan Africa (with emphasis on Nigeria) and implications for regional development: a review2018
Karen Blakey
Richard Feltbower
Dr Gillian Libby
Craig Gerrand
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Socio-economic patterning in early mortality of patients aged 0-49 years diagnosed with primary bone cancer in Great Britain, 1985-20082018
Khalid Kordi
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Anil Namdeo
The urinary 1-hydroxypyrenr biomarker in street janitors exposed to air quality changes associated with religious events in Madinah, Saudi Arabia2018
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Total physical activity and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women2018
Chuleekorn Tanathitikorn
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Anil Namdeo
A time series analysis of associations between climate change and heat-related illnesses and development of heat health warning system in Thailand2017
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Karen Blakey
Nermine Basta
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Can changes in population mixing and socio-economic deprivation in Cumbria, England explain changes in cancer incidence around Sellafield?2017
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Martin White
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Nigel Unwin
Anh Tran
et al.
Do cardiometabolic, behavioural and socioeconomic factors explain the 'healthy migrant effect' in the UK? Linked mortality follow-up of South Asians compared to white Europeans in the Newcastle Heart Project2017
Birgit Hanusch
Dr Stephen Tuck
Dr Richard McNally
Michael Prediger
Dr Harish Datta
et al.
Does regional loss of bone density explain low trauma distal forearm fractures in men (The Mr F study)?2017
Dr Ugo Offor
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Dr Richard McNally
Is there a socioeconomic variation in survival from renal tumours in children and young people resident in northern England (1968-2012)?2017
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Ominous trends in childhood cancer mortality - who was right?2017
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Nermine Basta
Professor Mark Pearce
Reply to Comment on 'A geographical study of thyroid cancer incidence in north-west England following the Windscale nuclear reactor fire of 1957'2017
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Nermine Basta
Professor Mark Pearce
A geographical study of thyroid cancer incidence in north-west England following the Windscale nuclear reactor fire of 19572016
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Richard McNally
Committee on Medical Aspects of Radiation in the Environment (COMARE). Seventeenth report. Further considerations of the incidence of cancers around the nuclear installations at Sellafield and Dounreay.2016
Karen Blakey
Dr Richard McNally
Declarative Title: Fluoridation may not be linked with adverse health outcomes2016
Dr Elizabeta Mukaetova-Ladinska
Dr Peter James
Dr Richard McNally
Dysphoria is a risk factor for depression in medically ill older people2016
Richard Feltbower
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Nicholas Bown
Epidemiology of Ewing sarcoma in the north of England, 1990-20112016
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Richard McNally
Exploring the association between tuberculosis and diabetes in a UK primary care dataset2016
Nermine Basta
Dr Gail Halliday
Richard Feltbower
Dr Nicholas Bown
Professor Andrew Pearson
et al.
Factors associated with recurrence and survival length following relapse in patients with neuroblastoma2016
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Simon Bailey
Incidence and survival of children and young people with central nervous system embryonal tumours in the North of England, 1990-20132016
Dr Colin Muirhead
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Dr Richard McNally
Re: Ambient air pollution and early manifestation of type 1 diabetes2016
Dr Ewan Hunter
Professor Roger Whittaker
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Richard Walker
The epilepsy treatment gap in rural Tanzania: a community-based study in adults2016
Dr Richard McNally
Acute leukemia in children2015
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Nermine Basta
Dr Jill McKay
Correlations of incidence rates of Hodgkin lymphoma subtypes in children and young adults with age, sex and deprivation2015
Dr Colin Muirhead
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
Samantha Ducker
Dr Richard McNally
Does primary biliary cirrhosis cluster in time?2015
Dr Richard McNally
Investigating the relationship between mortality from respiratory diseases and childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in Hungary2015
Professor Grainne Gorman
Dr John Grady
Dr Yi Ng
Dr Andrew Schaefer
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Mitochondrial Donation: How Many Women Could Benefit?2015
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Dr Richard McNally
No Socioeconomic variation in survival from soft tissue sarcomas of children and young adults in northern England2015
Dr Richard McNally
Response to: Comment on 'Updated investigations of cancer excesses in individuals born or resident in the vicinity of Sellafield and Dounreay'2015
Dr Richard McNally
Nermine Basta
Steven Errington
Dr Peter James
Dr Juliet Hale
et al.
Socioeconomic patterning in the incidence and survival of teenage and young adult men aged between 15 and 24 years diagnosed with non–seminoma testicular cancer in northern England2015
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Professor Mark Pearce
Spatial epidemiology of lung cancer mortality in Andalucýa, Spain: Geographical heterogeneity and risk factors assessment2015
Dr Colin Muirhead
Professor Deborah Tweddle
Nermine Basta
Dr Richard McNally
Temporal clustering of neuroblastic tumours in children and young adults from Northern England2015
Dr Tibor Nyari
Dr Richard McNally
Trends in infant mortality rates in Hungary between 1963 and 20122015
Dr Tibor Nyari
Dr Richard McNally
Trends in mortality rates in female genital organs and breast cancers in Hungary between 1979 and 20132015
Nermine Basta
Richard Feltbower
Dr Peter James
Professor Deborah Tweddle
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Characteristics of UK patients with relapsed, intermediate risk unresectable, non-MYCN amplified neuroblastoma: a pilot study2014
Professor Colin Rees
Dr Peter James
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Matthew Rutter
Colonoscopic factors associated with adenoma detection in a national colorectal cancer screening program2014
Sarra Ryan
Professor Anthony Moorman
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Bryan Young
Dr Paul Sinclair
et al.
Constitutional and somatic rearrangement of chromosome 21 in acute lymphoblastic leukaemia2014
Dr Richard McNally
Cross-space-time clustering of childhood cancer in Great Britain: evidence for a common aetiology2014
Dr John Grady
Georgia Campbell
Gavin Falkous
Dr Victoria Nesbitt
Dr Andrew Schaefer
et al.
Disease progression in patients with single, large-scale mitochondrial DNA deletions2014
Nermine Basta
Richard Feltbower
Dr Peter James
Dr Richard McNally
Factors associated with recurrence and length of survival following relapse in UK patients with high risk neuroblastoma.2014
Dr Richard McNally
Incidence of cancer and mortality in patients from the Simvastatin and Ezetimibe in Aortic Stenosis (SEAS) trial2014
Karen Blakey
Richard Feltbower
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Is fluoride a risk factor for bone cancer? Small area analysis of osteosarcoma and Ewing sarcoma diagnosed among 0-49-year-olds in Great Britain, 1980-20052014
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Samantha Ducker
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
No Rise in Incidence but Geographical Heterogeneity in the Occurrence of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis in North East England2014
Dr Richard McNally
Nermine Basta
Steven Errington
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Socio-Economic Patterning in the Incidence and Survival of Children and Young People Diagnosed with Malignant Melanoma in Northern England2014
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Spatial Clustering of Cancer in Children and Young People2014
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Spatial Clustering of Cancer in Children and Young People from Northern England2014
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Survival from teenage and young adult cancer in Northern England, 1968-20082014
Dr Colin Muirhead
Professor Deborah Tweddle
Dr Richard McNally
Temporal Clustering of Neuroblastoma in Children and Young People from Northern England2014
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Richard McNally
Updated investigations of cancer excesses in individuals born or resident in the vicinity of Sellafield and Dounreay2014
Anh Tran
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Raj Bhopal CBE
et al.
Contribution of Behavioural Risk Factors and Socio-Economic Position to Mortality in British South Asian and European Adults: 17 year follow-up of the Newcastle Heart Project Cohort2013
Karen Blakey
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Simon Court
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Establishing a registry of children and young people with diabetes in north east England and north Cumbria2013
Dr Richard McNally
Etiological Research of Childhood Acute Leukemia with Cluster and Clustering Analysis2013
Dr Furrukh Jamil
Dr Richard McNally
Dr David Richardson
Dr Stephen Ball
Dr Timothy Cheetham
et al.
High likelihood of malignancy in young patients presenting with a thyroid nodule in Northern England2013
Dr Colin Muirhead
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Dr Simon Court
Dr Richard McNally
How do childhood diagnoses of type 1 diabetes cluster in time?2013
Professor Colin Rees
Dr Richard McNally
Longer mean colonoscopy withdrawal time is associated with increased adenoma detection: evidence from the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme in England2013
Professor Colin Rees
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Matthew Rutter
Management of complex colonic polyps in the English Bowel Cancer Screening Programme2013
Dr Tom Lee
Professor Colin Rees
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Matthew Rutter
Outcome of 12-month surveillance colonoscopy in high-risk patients in the National Health Service Bowel Cancer Screening Programme2013
Dr Richard McNally
Nermine Basta
Steven Errington
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Socio-economic patterning in the incidence and survival of children and young people diagnosed with malignant melanoma in Northern England2013
Dr Richard McNally
Nermine Basta
Steven Errington
Dr Peter James
Dr Juliet Hale
et al.
Socio-economic patterning in the incidence and survival of males and young men diagnosed with testicular cancer in Northern England2013
Nermine Basta
Dr Kay Mann
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Mark Pearce
Socioeconomic variation in incidence of central nervous system tumours in children and young adults in northern England, 1985-20112013
Nermine Basta
Dr Kay Mann
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Mark Pearce
Socioeconomic Variation in Incidence of Central Nervous System Tumours in Children and Young Adults in Northern England, 1985-20112013
Dr Kelechi Njoku
Nermine Basta
Dr Kay Mann
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Socioeconomic Variation in Incidence of Central Nervous System Tumours in Children and Young Adults in Northern English, 1985-20112013
Dr Kelechi Njoku
Nermine Basta
Dr Kay Mann
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Socioeconomic variation in survival from childhood leukaemia in northern England, 1968-20102013
Dr Kelechi Njoku
Nermine Basta
Dr Kay Mann
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Socioeconomic variation in survival from childhood leukaemia in northern England, 1968–20102013
Dr Richard McNally
Spatial clustering of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in Hungary2013
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Colin Rees
Aspirin users attending for NHS bowel screening have less colorectal neoplasia: Chemoprevention or false-positive faecal occult blood testing?2012
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Colin Rees
Colonoscopy quality measures: experience from the NHS bowel cancer screening programme2012
Professor Stephen Proctor
Dr Jennifer Wilkinson
Gillian Watson
Dr Helen Lucraft
Dr Tryfonia Mainou-Fowler
et al.
Evaluation of treatment outcome in 175 patients with Hodgkin lymphoma aged 60 years or over: the SHIELD study2012
Nermine Basta
Dr Gail Halliday
Richard Feltbower
Dr Nicholas Bown
Professor Andrew Pearson
et al.
Factors associated with recurrence and length of survival following relapse in patients with neuroblastoma: a pilot study2012
Dr Elizabeta Mukaetova-Ladinska
Zeinab Abdel-All
Dr Joana Andrade
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
et al.
Increase in platelet immunoglobulin in Alzheimer's disease is lowered following cholinesterase inhibitor treatment: preliminary results2012
Dr Richard McNally
Karen Blakey
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Nermine Basta
et al.
Increasing incidence of thyroid cancer in Great Britain, 1976-2005: Age-period-cohort analysis2012
Dr Ewan Hunter
Dr Richard McNally
Prevalence of active epilepsy in rural Tanzania: a large community-based survey in an adult population2012
Dr Richard McNally
Karen Blakey
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Small area analyses of bone cancer diagnosed in 0-49 year olds from Great Britain provide clues to aetiology.2012
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Richard Feltbower
Space-time clustering of childhood central nervous system tumours in Yorkshire, UK2012
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Birth weight by gestational age and risk of childhood acute leukemia: a population-based study 1961–20022011
Dr Richard McNally
Colonscopy withdrawal time and adenoma detection rate in screening colonoscopy: The optimum average withdrawal time is 10 min2011
Professor Stephen Proctor
Dr Jennifer Wilkinson
Dr Helen Lucraft
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Tryfonia Mainou-Fowler
et al.
Comparative clinical responses of three chemotherapy schedules (VEPEMB, ABVD, CLVPP) in 175 Hodgkin Lymphoma patients over 60ys evaluated as part of the Shield (Hodgkin elderly) Study2011
Karen Blakey
Richard Feltbower
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
Demographic analysis of osteosarcoma and ewing sarcoma family of tumours in 0-49 year olds in Great Britain, 1980-2005: A small area approach2011
Dr Tom Lee
Dr Matthew Rutter
Dr Richard McNally
Efficacy and safety of colonoscopy in the UK NHS bowel cancer screening programme2011
Karen Blakey
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Simon Court
Dr Timothy Cheetham
From protocol to progress: Establishing a registry of children and young people with diabetes in North East England and North Cumbria2011
Dr Richard McNally
Karen Blakey
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Nermine Basta
et al.
Geographical analyses of thyroid cancer in Great Britain, 1976-200052011
Dr Simon Kometa
Dr Richard McNally
High yield of colorectal neoplasia detected by colonoscopy following a positive faecal occult blood test in the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme2011
Dr Tom Lee
Dr Peter James
Dr Richard McNally
Patient and colonscopy factors influencing adenoma detection in patients undergoing colonoscopy in the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme2011
Karen Blakey
Richard Feltbower
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
Primary bone cancer in 0-49 year olds in Great Britain, 1980-2005 and fluoride in drinking water: A case of inequalities?2011
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Samantha Ducker
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
Seasonal variation in the diagnosis of primary biliary cirrhosis: further evidence for an environmental component to etiology2011
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
Seasonal variation in the month of birth in teenagers and young adults with melanoma suggests the involvement of early-life UV exposure2011
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
Seasonality in the Incidence of Breast Cancer in Teenage and Young Adult Females in Northern England, 1968-20052011
Nermine Basta
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
Seasonality in the incidence of cervical carcinoma in teenagers and young adults in northern England, 1968-20052011
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Karen Blakey
Dr Peter James
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Socioeconomic diversity and the incidence of childhood leukaemia in Northern England2011
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Space-time clustering of elevated thyroid stimulating hormone levels2011
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Survival From Childhood and Young Adult Cancer in Northern England, 1968-20052011
Dr Richard McNally
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Survival from childhood cancer in Northern England, 1968-20052011
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Survival from childhood cancer in northern England, 1968-20052011
Dr Richard McNally
Are early infectious exposures involved in the etiology of childhood CNS tumors?2010
Dr Richard McNally
Are transient environmental agents involved in the aetiology of primary biliary cirrhosis?2010
Dr Richard McNally
Chemical and environmental agents (including chemotherapeutic agents and immunosuppression)2010
Dr Richard McNally
Clustering studies for identifying the role of environmental factors in aetiology of human cancers2010
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Simon Court
Dr Peter James
Raymond Pollock
Karen Blakey
et al.
Cyclical Variation in Type 1 Childhood Diabetes2010
Karen Blakey
Richard Feltbower
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Demographic analyses of primary bone cancer in 0-49 year olds in Great Britain, 1980-2005: A small-area approach [abstract]2010
Karen Blakey
Richard Feltbower
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Fluoride and bone cancer: Is there a link? Small-area analyses of primary bone cancer in 0-49-year-olds in Great Britain, 1980-2005 [abstract]2010
Dr Richard McNally
Karen Blakey
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Nermine Basta
et al.
Increasing incidence of thyroid cancer in Great Britain, 1976-2005: Age-period-cohort analysis [abstract]2010
Dr Richard McNally
Karen Blakey
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Nermine Basta
et al.
Increasing incidence of thyroid cancer in Great Britain, 1976-2005: Age-period-cohort analysis [abstract]2010
Professor Nigel Unwin
Dr Peter James
Dorothy McLarty
Dr Richard McNally
Rural to urban migration and change in cardiovascular risk factors in Tanzania: a prospective cohort study2010
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
Season of birth and diagnosis for childhood cancer in Northern England, 1968-20052010
Dr Richard McNally
Karen Blakey
Richard Feltbower
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
et al.
Small-area analyses of bone cancer in Great Britain, 1980-2005 [abstract]2010
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Richard Feltbower
Space-time clustering of childhood central nervous system tumours in Yorkshire, UK [abstract]2010
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Survival from childhood and young adult cancer in the north of England, 1968-2005 [abstract]2010
Richard Feltbower
Dr Peter James
Karen Blakey
Emmanuel Mubwandarikwa
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
The epidemiology of bone cancer in 0-39 year olds in northern England, 1981-20022010
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Simon Court
Dr Peter James
Raymond Pollock
The epidemiology of type 1 diabetes in children from northeast England [abstract]2010
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Katherine Crossland
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
et al.
Variation at local government level in the support for families of severely disabled children and the factors that affect it2010
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Acute Leukeamia and Birth Weight in the North of England: A Population Based Record Linkage Study, 1968-20022009
Dr Lindsay Pennington
Dr Peter James
Dr Richard McNally
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Analysis of compositional data in communication disorders research2009
Dr Richard McNally
Samantha Ducker
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
Are Transient Environmental Agents Involved in the Cause of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis? Evidence from Space-Time Clustering Analysis2009
Dr Lindsay Pennington
Kirsty Thomson
Dr Peter James
Dr Richard McNally
Effects of It Takes Two to Talk—The Hanen Program for Parents of Preschool Children With Cerebral Palsy: Findings From an Exploratory Study2009
Rachel Eyre
Richard Feltbower
Emmanuel Mubwandarikwa
Dr Richard McNally
Epidemiology of bone tumours in children and young adults2009
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Peter James
et al.
Geographical analysis of thyroid cancer in young people from northern England: Evidence for a sustained excess in females in Cumbria2009
Richard Feltbower
Emmanuel Mubwandarikwa
Dr Peter James
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Incidence and survival of childhood bone cancer in northern England and the West Midlands, 1981-20022009
Dr Richard McNally
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Seasonal variation in birth and diagnosis of cancer in children and young people in Northern England, 1968-20052009
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Richard McNally
Seasonal variation in birth and diagnosis of cancer in children and young people in Northern England, 1968-20052009
Dr Richard McNally
Raymond Pollock
Dr Simon Court
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Space-time clustering analyses of type 1 diabetes in children from north-east England: support for an infectious aetiology?2009
Dr Richard McNally
Raymond Pollock
Dr Simon Court
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Space-time clustering analysis of type 1 diabetes in children from north-east England: support for an infectious aetiology?2009
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering of childhood cancer around the residence at birth2009
Dr Richard McNally
Spatial clustering of childhood cancer in Great Britain during the period 1969-19932009
Richard Feltbower
Rachel Eyre
Dr Peter James
Karen Blakey
Emmanuel Mubwandarikwa
et al.
The epidemiology of bone cancer diagnosed in 0-49-year-olds in northern England, 1981-20022009
Dr Richard McNally
The epidemiology of childhood cancers2009
Richard Feltbower
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Stephen Proctor
Professor Roderick Skinner
Professor Hermann Josef Vormoor
et al.
The epidemiology of leukaemia and lymphoma in children and young adults from the north of England, 1990-20022009
Dr Tibor Nyari
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
Seasonal variation of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia is different between girls and boys2008
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Richard McNally
Sex-specific analyses of thyroid cancer incidence in Northern England2008
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Peter James
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Sex-specific incidence and temporal trends in solid tumours in young people from Northern England, 1968-20052008
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Peter James
et al.
Sex-specific patterns and trends in the incidence of hematologic malignancies in 0-24 year olds from Northern England, 1968-20052008
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Richard McNally
Sex-specific temporal trends in the incidence of cancer in children and young adults in Northern England.2008
Professor Stephen Proctor
Dr Jennifer Wilkinson
Dr Tryfonia Mainou-Fowler
Dr Michal Sieniawski
Dr Katrina Wood
et al.
SHIELD - Study of Hodgkin lymphoma in the elderly/lymphoma data base: Progress report2008
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
et al.
Space-time analysis of Down syndrome: Results consistent with transient pre-disposing contagious agent2008
Dr Richard McNally
Emeritus Professor Allan Colver
Space-Time Clustering Analyses of Occurrence of Cerebral Palsy in Northern England for Births 1991 to 20032008
Dr Richard McNally
Raymond Pollock
Dr Simon Court
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Space-Time Clustering Analyses of Type 1 Diabetes in Children from Northern England2008
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Space-time clustering of cancer in young people from Northern England2008
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering of childhood cancer around the residence at birth2008
Dr Helen Johnstone
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Timothy Cheetham
The impact of fasting and treatment omission on susceptibility to hypoglycaemia in children and adolescents with GH and cortisol insufficiency2008
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
et al.
[Abstract] Space-time clustering analyses of trisomies 13, 18 and 212007
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Author Response: no sex difference observed in the association between intra-uterine growth and risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia2007
Nor Abdullah
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Bruce Jaffray
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Birth prevalence of cryptorchidism and hypospadias in northern England, 1993-20002007
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and Infections2007
Dr Lindsay Pennington
Dr Richard McNally
Communication training for parents: findings from a Phase II exploratory study2007
Richard Feltbower
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Kevin Windebank
Professor Roderick Skinner
Epidemiology of haematological cancers in children and young adults aged 0-24 years in the north of England2007
Richard Feltbower
Dr Richard McNally
Epidemiology of haematological cancers in children and young adults aged 0-24 years in the north of England2007
Nor Abdullah
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Richard McNally
Evidence of an environmental contribution to the aetiology of cryptorchidism and hypospadias?2007
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Mark Pearce
Donna Hammal
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Examination of gender effect in birth weight and miscarriage associations with childhood cancer (United Kingdom)2007
Dr Richard McNally
Incidence and survival of childhood Langerhans cell histiocytosis in Northwest England from 1954 to 19982007
Professor Mark Pearce
Donna Hammal
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Paternal occupational exposure to electro-magnetic fields as a risk factor for cancer in children and young adults: A case-control study from the North of England2007
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Dr Richard McNally
Re: "Childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia and infections in the first year of life: A report from the United Kingdom childhood cancer study"2007
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Richard McNally
Sex-specific analyses of thyroid cancer incidence in Northern England2007
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Richard McNally
Sex-specific temporal trends in the incidence of cancer in children and young adults in Northern England2007
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
et al.
Space-time clustering analyses of trisomies 13, 18, and 212007
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering of childhood cancer around the residence at birth2007
Dr Richard McNally
Adillah Binti Yusof
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Space-time clustering of cryptorchidism and hypospadias2007
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Mark Pearce
Donna Hammal
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Associations of birth weight and maternal history of miscarriage with childhood cancers2006
Dr Richard McNally
Clustering of Childhood Cancer in Great Britain, 1969-1993.2006
Dr Richard McNally
Clustering of childhood cancer in the UK provides aetiological clues [Extended abstract]2006
Dr Richard McNally
Eleventh Report. The distribution of childhood leukaemia and other childhood cancers in Great Britain 1969-19932006
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
Environmental factors and childhood acute leukemias and lymphomas2006
Richard Feltbower
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
Further clues to the aetiology of type 1 diabetes: spatial clustering amongst 0-29 year olds in Yorkshire, UK2006
Dr Richard McNally
Geographical distribution of optic nerve hypoplasia and septo-optic dysplasia in northwest England2006
Professor Mark Pearce
Donna Hammal
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Paternal occupational exposure to pesticides or herbicides as risk factors for cancer in children and young adults: A case-control study from the North of England2006
Dr Richard McNally
Re: Childhood leukemia incidence in Britain, 1974-2000: Time trends and possible relation to influenza epidemics2006
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Space-time clustering analyses of testicular cancer amongst 15-24-year-olds in Northern England2006
Dr Richard McNally
Richard Feltbower
Professor Louise Parker
Space-time clustering analyses of type 1 diabetes among 0- to 29-year-olds in Yorkshire, UK2006
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering of childhood cancer in Great Britain: A national study, 1969-19932006
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering of glioma cannot be attributed to specific histological subgroups2006
Richard Feltbower
Dr Richard McNally
Spatial clustering of childhood central nervous system tumours in Yorkshire, UK2006
Dr Richard McNally
The distribution of childhood leukaemia and other childhood cancers in Great Britain 1969-19932006
Dr Richard McNally
[abstract] Clustering of childhood leukaemia in the UK2005
Dr Richard McNally
[abstract] Space-time clustering analyses of childhood cancers supports a common infectious aetiology2005
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Donna Hammal
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Associations of birthweight and maternal fertility problems with childhood cancers2005
Dr Richard McNally
Die epidemiologie und atiologie von krebserkrankungen im kindesalter2005
Dr Richard McNally
Evidence for an infectious component to the aetiology of childhood brain tumours2005
Dr Richard McNally
Hodgkin's disease.2005
Dr Richard McNally
Incidence and survival of paediatric patients with Langehans cell histiocytosis in Northwest England, 1954-19982005
Dr Richard McNally
Is there a common aetiology for certain childhood malignancies? Results of cross-space-time clustering analyses2005
Dr Richard McNally
Pruebas de un componente infeccioso en la etiologia de los tumours cerebrales en las infancia [Spanish]2005
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering patterns of gliomas in the Netherlands suggest an infectious aetiology2005
Dr Richard McNally
The epidemiology and aetiology of childhood cancer.2005
Dr Richard McNally
[abstract] Space-time clustering analyses of childhood cancers supports a common infectious aetiology2004
Dr Richard McNally
[abstract] Spatial clustering of childhood cancer in Great Britain: a national study, 1969-19932004
Dr Richard McNally
An infectious aetiology for childhood acute leukaemia: a review of the evidence.2004
Dr Richard McNally
Clustering of leukaemia and other childhood cancers in the UK provides aetiological clues2004
Dr Richard McNally
Epidemiological evidence for an infectious origin for childhood leukaemia2004
Richard Feltbower
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Frederick Campbell
Examining similarities in the geographical occurrence of childhood type 1 diabetes and acute lymphoblastic leukaemia [abstract]2004
Dr Richard McNally
Further clues concerning the aetiology of childhood central nervous system tumours2004
Dr Richard McNally
Little or no space-time clustering found amongst cases of childhood lymphoma in North West England.2004
Dr Richard McNally
[abstract] Epidemiological evidence for an infectious origin for childhood leukaemia2003
Dr Richard McNally
Adult psychosocial functioning following childhood cancer: the different roles of sons' and daughters' relationships with their fathers and mothers2003
Dr Richard McNally
Cancer incidence and mortality among the parents of a population-based series of 2604 children with cancer2003
Dr Richard McNally
Childhood medulloblastoma in northwest England 1954 to 1997: incidence and survival2003
Dr Richard McNally
Geographical and ecological analyses of childhood acute leukaemias and lymphomas in north-west England2003
Dr Richard McNally
Geographical and ecological analyses of childhood Wilms' tumours and soft tissue sarcomas in North West England: Evidence for environmental aetiological factors2003
Dr Richard McNally
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Parental smoking and childhood cancer: results from the United Kingdom Childhood Cancer Study2003
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering patterns in childhood solid tumours other than central nervous system tumours2003
Dr Richard McNally
An infectious aetiology for childhood brain tumours? Evidence from space-time clustering and seasonality analyses2002
Dr Richard McNally
Antenatal steroids are associated with a reduction in the incidence of cerebral white matter lesions in very low birthweight infants2002
Dr Richard McNally
Antenatal steroids are associated with a reduction in the incidence of cerebral white matter lesions in VLBW infants2002
Dr Richard McNally
Book review: Lawson, A.B., Williams, F.L.R., 'An introductory Guide to Disease Mapping' (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2001)2002
Dr Richard McNally
Cancer incidence and mortality among the parents of a population-based series of 2745 children with cancer2002
Dr Richard McNally
Classification and incidence of cancers in adolescents and young adults in England 1979-19972002
Dr Richard McNally
Geographical analyses of childhood Wilms' tumours and sarcomas in North West England2002
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering analyses of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) by immunophenotype2002
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering analyses of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia by immunophenotype.2002
Dr Richard McNally
Statistical analyses provide support for the role of environmental exposures in the aetiology of childhood sarcomas and Wilms' tumours2002
Dr Richard McNally
Examination of temporal trends in the incidence of childhood leukaemias and lymphomas provides aetiological clues2001
John Williams
Dr Richard McNally
Methods for eliciting aetiological clues from geographically clustered cases of disease, with application to leukaemia-lymphoma data2001
Dr Richard McNally
Relative frequency and morphology of cancers in carriers of germline TP53 mutations2001
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering patterns in non-central nervous system childhood solid tumours2001
Dr Richard McNally
Statistical analyses provide support for two infectious mechanisms in the aetiology of childhood brain tumours2001
Dr Richard McNally
Temporal Increases in the Incidence of Childhood Solid Tumors Seen in Northwest England (1954 –1998) Are Likely to Be Real2001
John Hill
Dr Richard McNally
Adult psychosocial outcomes in long-term survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and Wilms' tumour: a controlled study2000
Dr Richard McNally
Cancer phenotype associated with germline TP53 mutations: an analysis of 28 kindreds [abstract]2000
Dr Richard McNally
Cancer risk and mortality among relatives of sarcoma cases included in the Manchester Children's Tumour Registry [SIOP Abstract O-142]2000
John Hill
Dr Richard McNally
Family relationships and psychosocial impairment in adult survivors of childhood cancer2000
Dr Richard McNally
Incidence of childhood precursor B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in north-west England2000
Dr Richard McNally
Jodie Birch
Space-time clustering patterns in childhood brain tumours2000
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering patterns in childhood leukaemia support a role for infection2000
Dr Richard McNally
Temporal increase in the incidence of childhood peak common acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (c-ALL) seen in North West England2000
Dr Richard McNally
Leukaemias and lymphomas: time trends in the UK, 1984-19931999
Dr Richard McNally
Neoplasia in patients with pituitary adenomas1999
Dr Richard McNally
Neoplasia in patients with pituitary adenomas1999
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in parts of the U.K. (1984-1993)1999
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering of Hodgkin's disease in parts of the UK, 1984-19931999
Dr Richard McNally
Space-time clustering patterns in childhood leukaemia suggest a role for infection [Abstract]1999
Dr Richard McNally
Temporal trends in childhood leukaemia in North West England: 1954-19971999
Dr Richard McNally
The rise in incidence of lymphomas in Europe 1985-1992.1999