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Why do individuals with autoimmune diseases have an increased risk of lymphoma and how can we prevent it?

Studies have shown that individuals with autoimmune diseases and other immune disorders are at increased the risk of developing lymphoma later in life, but the biological mechanisms are unclear. Better characterization of the risk, specific lymphoma subtypes involved, and the impact of treatment along with an understanding of disease mechanisms is critical for prevention of lymphoma in this highly susceptible population.... more »

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Are pesticides associated with cancer risk?

Pesticides are commonly used inside and outside the home. Evidence from studies of farmers suggests that some pesticides are likely carcinogenic, but the impact of lower levels of exposure is less clear. By collecting information on pesticide exposure through surveys and analysis of carpet dust, we could evaluate the risk of cancer associated with low levels of pesticide exposure. Given their widespread use, even a small... more »

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What are the long-term health effects of using hair dyes?

Hair dyes are commonly used in today‚Äôs society, but the long-term health effects are not known. Many hair dyes contain chemicals that are thought to be potentially carcinogenic. Studies have suggested that hair dying may be associated with an increased risk of lymphoma and possibly breast cancer; however, few prospective studies have been conducted. Given the extensive use of hair dyes, particularly among women, even... more »

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