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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
Nermine Basta
Dr Richard McNally
A systematic review of re-induction chemotherapy for children with relapsed high-risk neuroblastoma2019
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Nermine Basta
Professor Mark Pearce
Can changes in population mixing and socio-economic deprivation in Cumbria, England explain changes in cancer incidence around Sellafield?2017
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
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
Nermine Basta
Dr Gail Halliday
Richard Feltbower
Professor Andrew Pearson
Dr Peter James
et al.
Factors associated with recurrence and survival length following relapse in patients with neuroblastoma2016
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 Colin Muirhead
Nermine Basta
Dr Richard McNally
Temporal clustering of neuroblastic tumours in children and young adults from Northern England2015
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
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