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The national service framework for long term conditions

The national service framework for long term conditions Editorials amounts to about 1% of the earth’s magnetic field, or more further events, often a delayed challenge from which affects all of us all the time. Studies of animals infections. Further insights will almost certainly come and of cells in culture have found no evidence of a as advancing technology helps us to understand the molecular events that drive leukaemic changes. plausible biological mechanism whereby such very weak magnetic fields could influence the development Heather O Dickinson principal research associate w2 of leukaemia. University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Centre for Health Services In this issue (p 1290), Draper et al report on a very Research, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 4AA large case-control study, which found that a child’s risk (heather.dickinson@ncl.ac.uk) of leukaemia increased steadily with proximity to high Competing interests: None declared. voltage power lines of the home they lived in at birth. However, this study did not include estimates or meas- 1 Parkin DM, Kramarova E, Draper GJ, Masuyer E, Michaelis J, Neglia J, et al, eds. International incidence of childhood cancer. Vol 2. Lyons: International ures of the magnetic field from either the power lines Agency for Research on Cancer, 1998. (IARC Scientific Publication No or http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png BMJ British Medical Journal

The national service framework for long term conditions

BMJ , Volume 330 (7503) – Jun 4, 2005

The national service framework for long term conditions

BMJ , Volume 330 (7503) – Jun 4, 2005

Abstract

Editorials amounts to about 1% of the earth’s magnetic field, or more further events, often a delayed challenge from which affects all of us all the time. Studies of animals infections. Further insights will almost certainly come and of cells in culture have found no evidence of a as advancing technology helps us to understand the molecular events that drive leukaemic changes. plausible biological mechanism whereby such very weak magnetic fields could influence the development Heather O Dickinson principal research associate w2 of leukaemia. University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Centre for Health Services In this issue (p 1290), Draper et al report on a very Research, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 4AA large case-control study, which found that a child’s risk (heather.dickinson@ncl.ac.uk) of leukaemia increased steadily with proximity to high Competing interests: None declared. voltage power lines of the home they lived in at birth. However, this study did not include estimates or meas- 1 Parkin DM, Kramarova E, Draper GJ, Masuyer E, Michaelis J, Neglia J, et al, eds. International incidence of childhood cancer. Vol 2. Lyons: International ures of the magnetic field from either the power lines Agency for Research on Cancer, 1998. (IARC Scientific Publication No or

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
Copyright
© 2005 BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.
ISSN
0959-8138
eISSN
1468-5833
DOI
10.1136/bmj.330.7503.1280
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Abstract

Editorials amounts to about 1% of the earth’s magnetic field, or more further events, often a delayed challenge from which affects all of us all the time. Studies of animals infections. Further insights will almost certainly come and of cells in culture have found no evidence of a as advancing technology helps us to understand the molecular events that drive leukaemic changes. plausible biological mechanism whereby such very weak magnetic fields could influence the development Heather O Dickinson principal research associate w2 of leukaemia. University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Centre for Health Services In this issue (p 1290), Draper et al report on a very Research, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 4AA large case-control study, which found that a child’s risk (heather.dickinson@ncl.ac.uk) of leukaemia increased steadily with proximity to high Competing interests: None declared. voltage power lines of the home they lived in at birth. However, this study did not include estimates or meas- 1 Parkin DM, Kramarova E, Draper GJ, Masuyer E, Michaelis J, Neglia J, et al, eds. International incidence of childhood cancer. Vol 2. Lyons: International ures of the magnetic field from either the power lines Agency for Research on Cancer, 1998. (IARC Scientific Publication No or

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BMJBritish Medical Journal

Published: Jun 4, 2005

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