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Geospatial Approaches in Cancer Control and Population Sciences
April 1, 2017

Geospatial Approaches to Cancer Control and Population Sciences
Mario Schootman et al.

Follow the North Star: Why Space, Place, and Power Matter for Geospatial Approaches to Cancer Control and Health Equity
Nancy Krieger

Contextual Impact of Neighborhood Obesogenic Factors on Postmenopausal Breast Cancer: The Multiethnic Cohort
Shannon M. Conroy et al.

Visualizing the Diffusion of Digital Mammography in New York State
Francis P. Boscoe and Xiuling Zhang

Contextual Correlates of Physical Activity among Older Adults: A Neighborhood Environment-Wide Association Study (NE-WAS)
Stephen J. Mooney et al.

Impact of Social and Built Environment Factors on Body Size among Breast Cancer Survivors: The Pathways Study
Salma Shariff-Marco et al.

Measures Matter: The Local Exposure/Isolation (LEx/Is) Metrics and Relationships between Local-Level Segregation and Breast Cancer Survival
Amin Bemanian and Kirsten M.M. Beyer

GPS-Based Exposure to Greenness and Walkability and Accelerometry-Based Physical Activity
Peter James et al.

A Population-Based Study of Sociodemographic and Geographic Variation in HPV Vaccination
Lila J. Finney Rutten et al.

Racial/Ethnic Differences in the Impact of Neighborhood Social and Built Environment on Breast Cancer Risk: The Neighborhoods and Breast Cancer Study
Shannon M. Conroy et al.

Telomere Length and Neighborhood Circumstances: Evaluating Biological Response to Unfavorable Exposures
Shannon M. Lynch et al.

Housing Discrimination, Residential Racial Segregation, and Colorectal Cancer Survival in Southeastern Wisconsin
Yuhong Zhou et al.

Spatial Analysis of Regional Factors and Lung Cancer Mortality in China, 1973–2013
Xiaoping Shen et al.

Exploring the Linkage between Activity-Friendly Zoning, Inactivity, and Cancer Incidence in the United States
Lisa M. Nicholson et al.

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The Obesity Paradox in Cancer: Evidence and New Directions
January 1, 2017

Next Steps in Understanding the Obesity Paradox in Cancer
Bette J. Caan and Candyce H. Kroenke

The Obesity Paradox in Cancer—Moving Beyond BMI
Shlomit Strulov Shachar and Grant R. Williams

The Obesity Paradox in Survival after Cancer Diagnosis: Tools for Evaluation of Potential Bias
Elizabeth Rose Mayeda and M. Maria Glymour

Association between Body Mass Index and Cancer Survival in a Pooled Analysis of 22 Clinical Trials
Heather Greenlee, Joseph M. Unger, Michael LeBlanc, Scott Ramsey and Dawn L. Hershman

Association of Weight Change after Colorectal Cancer Diagnosis and Outcomes in the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Population
Jeffrey A. Meyerhardt, Candyce H. Kroenke, Carla M. Prado, Marilyn L. Kwan, Adrienne Castillo, Erin Weltzien, Elizabeth M. Cespedes Feliciano, Jingjie Xiao and Bette J. Caan

Lower Pectoralis Muscle Area Is Associated with a Worse Overall Survival in Non–Small Cell Lung Cancer
C. Matthew Kinsey, Raul San José Estépar, Jos van der Velden, Bernard F. Cole, David C. Christiani and George R. Washko

Postdiagnosis Weight Change and Survival Following a Diagnosis of Early-Stage Breast Cancer
Elizabeth M. Cespedes Feliciano, Candyce H. Kroenke, Patrick T. Bradshaw, Wendy Y. Chen, Carla M. Prado, Erin K. Weltzien, Adrienne L. Castillo and Bette J. Caan

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