Her primary scientific interests are in Breast cancer, Internal medicine, Odds ratio, Case-control study and Risk factor. Her Breast cancer study incorporates themes from Epidemiology, Incidence, Genetic predisposition, Gynecology and Genotype. She has researched Internal medicine in several fields, including Endocrinology, Physical therapy and Oncology.
Her work deals with themes such as Breastfeeding, Colorectal cancer, Estrogen receptor and Confidence interval, which intersect with Odds ratio. Her Case-control study research incorporates themes from Cancer, Family history and Age of onset. Beth Newman interconnects Lymphedema and Attributable risk, Attributable risk percent in the investigation of issues within Risk factor.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Breast cancer, Internal medicine, Odds ratio, Oncology and Gynecology. Her studies in Breast cancer integrate themes in fields like Physical therapy, Case-control study, Epidemiology and Risk factor. Her research in Internal medicine intersects with topics in Endocrinology and Genotype.
Beth Newman combines subjects such as Logistic regression and Confidence interval with her study of Odds ratio. Her studies deal with areas such as Mammary gland and Pathology as well as Oncology. Beth Newman studied Cancer and Gerontology that intersect with Psychological intervention.
Beth Newman spends much of her time researching Breast cancer, Internal medicine, Cancer, Physical therapy and Lymphedema. Her Breast cancer research includes themes of Psychological intervention, Psychosocial, Quality of life, Gynecology and Complication. Her Gynecology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Bioimpedance spectroscopy, Breast Cancer Related Lymphedema, Case-control study, Breast disease and Obstetrics.
The various areas that Beth Newman examines in her Internal medicine study include Molecular analysis and Oncology. Her Cancer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Metabolic equivalent, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Epidemiology and Gerontology. Her study in Physical therapy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Body mass index, Logistic regression, Cross-sectional study, Adjuvant therapy and Repeated measures design.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Breast cancer, Internal medicine, Physical therapy, Cancer and Lymphedema. Her work carried out in the field of Breast cancer brings together such families of science as Odds ratio, Psychological intervention, Quality of life, Odds and Gynecology. Her Gynecology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Bioimpedance spectroscopy, Case-control study, Secondary lymphedema and Breast disease.
Her research integrates issues of Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and Behavior change in her study of Internal medicine. The concepts of her Physical therapy study are interwoven with issues in Cross-sectional study, Body mass index, Shoulders and Ankle. Her Cancer research includes elements of Occupational rehabilitation and Comorbidity.
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Use and misuse of population attributable fractions.
B Rockhill;B Newman;C Weinberg.
American Journal of Public Health (1998)
Incidence of unilateral arm lymphoedema after breast cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Tracey DiSipio;Sheree Rye;Beth Newman;Sandi Hayes.
Lancet Oncology (2013)
Epidemiology of basal-like breast cancer
Robert C. Millikan;Beth Newman;Chiu Kit Tse;Patricia G. Moorman.
Breast Cancer Research and Treatment (2008)
Lymphedema After Breast Cancer: Incidence, Risk Factors, and Effect on Upper Body Function
Sandra C. Hayes;Monika Janda;Bruce Cornish;Diana Battistutta.
Journal of Clinical Oncology (2008)
Frequency of Breast Cancer Attributable to BRCA1 in a Population-Based Series of American Women
Beth Newman;Hua Mu;Lesley M. Butler;Robert C. Millikan.
Polymorphisms In The DNA Repair Gene Xrcc1 And Breast Cancer
Eric J. Duell;Robert C. Millikan;Gary S. Pittman;Scott Winkel.
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention (2001)
Heterocyclic Amines, Meat Intake, and Association with Colon Cancer in a Population-based Study
Lesley Butler;Rashmi Sinha;Robert Millikan;Christopher Martin.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2003)
Socio-economic differences in fruit and vegetable consumption among Australian adolescents and adults
Katrina Giskes;Gavin Turrell;Carla Patterson;Beth Newman.
Public Health Nutrition (2002)
Hormone-related Factors and Risk of Breast Cancer in Relation to Estrogen Receptor and Progesterone Receptor Status
Wan-Yi Huang;Beth Newman;Robert C. Millikan;Michael J. Schell.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2000)
The Carolina Breast Cancer Study: integrating population-based epidemiology and molecular biology.
Beth Newman;Patricia G. Moorman;Robert Millikan;Bahjat F. Qaqish.
Breast Cancer Research and Treatment (1995)
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