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2004The management of early breast carcinoma before and after the introduction of clinical practice guidelinesWhite, V.; Pruden, M.; Giles, G.; Collins, J.; Jamrozik, K.; Inglis, G.; Boyages, J.; Hill, D.
2004Active and passive smoking and the risk of subarachnoid hemorrhage: An international population-based case-control studyAnderson, C.; Feigin, V.; Bennett, D.; Lin, R.; Hankey, G.; Jamrozik, K.
2008Screening in early childhood for risk of later mental health problems: A longitudinal studyNajman, J.; Heron, M.; Hayatbakhsh, M.; Dingle, K.; Jamrozik, K.; Bor, W.; O'Callaghan, M.; Williams, G.
2007The impact of modifiable risk factors on mortality from prostate cancer in populations of the Asia-Pacific region.Ansary-Moghaddam, A.; Huxley, R.; Barzi, F.; Lam, T.; Jamrozik, K.; Ohkubo, T.; Fang, X.; Sun, H.; Woodward, M.
2005Impact of voluntary folate fortification on plasma homocysteine and serum folate in Australia from 1995 to 2001: A population based cohort studyHickling, S.; Hung, J.; Knuiman, M.; Jamrozik, K.; McQuillan, B.; Beilby, J.; Thompson, P.
2005The Coronary Artery Revascularisation in Diabetes (CARDia) trial: Background aims and designKapur, A.; Malik, I.; Bagger, J.; Anderson, J.; Kooner, J.; Thomas, M.; Punjabi, P.; Mayet, J.; Millane, T.; Goedicke, J.; Jamrozik, K.; De Belder, M.; Hall, R.; Beatt, K.
2007Obesity adipokines and abdominal aortic aneurysm: Health in Men studyGolledge, J.; Clancy, P.; Jamrozik, K.; Norman, P.
2007The association between C-reactive protein concentration and depression in later life is due to poor physical health: results from the Health in Men Study (HIMS)Almeida, O.; Norman, P.; Hankey, G.; Jamrozik, K.; Flicker, L.
2009Cohort Profile: The Health In Men Study (HIMS)Norman, P.; Flicker, L.; Almeida, O.; Hankey, G.; Hyde, Z.; Jamrozik, K.
2008Adolescent problem behaviours predicting DSM-IV diagnoses of multiple substance use disorder: Findings of a prospective birth cohort studyHayatbakhsh, M.; Najman, J.; Jamrozik, K.; Mamun, A.; Bor, W.; Alati, R.