- A cluster of male breast cancer in office workersSamuel Milham
Am J Ind Med 46:86-7. 2004..03 cases; P < 0.00001). Since 1991, 15 epidemiologic studies have associated male breast cancer with exposure to electromagnetic field...
- Electric typewriter exposure and increased female breast cancer mortality in typistsSamuel Milham
Med Hypotheses 68:450-1. 2007
- A new electromagnetic exposure metric: high frequency voltage transients associated with increased cancer incidence in teachers in a California schoolSamuel Milham
Washington State Department of Health, Tumwater, Washington, USA
Am J Ind Med 51:579-86. 2008..In 2003 the teachers at La Quinta, California middle school complained that they had more cancers than would be expected. A consultant for the school district denied that there was a problem...
- Mobile phone use and risk of acoustic neuroma: results of the interphone case-control study in five north European countries [corrected]S Milham
Br J Cancer 94:1351; author reply 1352-3. 2006
- Most cancer in firefighters is due to radio-frequency radiation exposure not inhaled carcinogensS Milham
Washington State Department of Health retired Olympia Washington, USA
Med Hypotheses 73:788-9. 2009..The precautionary principle should be applied to reduce the risk of cancer in firefighters, and workman's compensation rules will necessarily need to be modified...
- Historical evidence that electrification caused the 20th century epidemic of "diseases of civilization"Samuel Milham
Washington State Department of Health, Olympia, WA, USA
Med Hypotheses 74:337-45. 2010..A large proportion of these diseases may therefore be preventable...
- Historical evidence that residential electrification caused the emergence of the childhood leukemia peakS Milham
Washington State Department of Health, Olympia, Washington, USA
Med Hypotheses 56:290-5. 2001..The childhood leukemia peak of common acute lymphoblastic leukemia may be attributable to electrification...
- Re: "mobile phone use and risk of parotid gland tumor"Samuel Milham
Am J Epidemiol 165:231; author reply 231. 2007
- Low proportion of male births and low birth weight of sons of flour mill worker fathersSamuel Milham
Am J Ind Med 51:157-8. 2008..The Washington State Department of Health has collected and coded parental occupation information on birth certificates since 1980. We used these data to search for possible effects of parental occupational exposures on birth outcomes...