Browsing publications by Nermine Basta

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Richard McNally
Nermine Basta
Steven Errington
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Sir Craft
et al.
Socio-Economic Patterning in the Incidence and Survival of Children and Young People Diagnosed with Malignant Melanoma in Northern England2014
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Dr Basilio Gomez-Pozo
Emeritus Professor Sir Craft
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Survival from teenage and young adult cancer in Northern England, 1968-20082014
Dr Richard McNally
Nermine Basta
Steven Errington
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Sir 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
Kay Mann
Dr Richard McNally
Dr 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
Kay Mann
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Mark Pearce
et al.
Socioeconomic variation in survival from childhood leukaemia in northern England, 1968-20102013
Dr Kelechi Njoku
Nermine Basta
Kay Mann
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Mark Pearce
et al.
Socioeconomic variation in survival from childhood leukaemia in northern England, 1968–20102013
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 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
Nermine Basta
Dr Peter James
Emeritus Professor Sir 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
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