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    • Genotoxicity of human breast milk from different countries 

      Martin, FL; Cole, KJ; Weaver, G; Hong, GS; Lam, BC; Balaram, P; Grover, PL; Phillips, DH (OXFORD UNIV PRESS, 2001-09)
      Dietary and/or environmental factors appear to play a key role in the international variations that exist in breast cancer incidence. The genotoxicity of breast milk extracts is being examined as a possible indicator of ...
    • The initiation of breast and prostate cancer 

      Grover, PL; Martin, FL (2002-07)
      The agents responsible for the initiation of human mammary and prostatic cancers remain unidentified. Population migration studies on breast and prostate cancer risk have revealed that incidence rates in migrants from ...
    • Morphological transformation of C3H/M2 mouse fibroblasts by, and genotoxicity of, extracts of human milk 

      Pfau, W; Martin, FL; Cole, KJ; Weaver, G; Marquardt, H; Phillips, DH; Grover, PL (2001)
      Breast cancer may be initiated by environmental/dietary agents and human milk may act as an ex vivo indicator of in vivo exposure of mammary epithelial cells to genotoxins. Extracts of human milk from UK-resident women ...
    • An observational study of cancers among female partners of UK-resident prostate cancer patients 

      Ragavan, N; Grover, PL; Balasubramanian, SP; Hindley, AC; Matanhelia, SS; Martin, FL (ELSEVIER IRELAND LTD, 2006-10-08)
      Epidemiological studies suggest that environment plays an important role in the aetiology of cancer. Thus, if a cancer (e.g. prostate cancer (CaP)) arises in males, one could hypothesize that risk in co-habiting partners ...