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Adjustment for total energy intake in epidemiologic studies.
by Willett, W C April 1997

The American journal of clinical nutrition, Vol.65(4 Suppl), pp.1220S-1228S; discussion 1229S-1231S

1997
2.

Vitamin A and lung cancer
by Willett, W C

Nutrition reviews, May 1990, Vol.48(5), pp.201-11

4.

Specific fatty acids and risks of breast and prostate cancer: dietary intake
by Willett, W C

The American journal of clinical nutrition, December 1997, Vol.66(6 Suppl), pp.1557S-1563S

5.

Diet and health: what should we eat?
by Willett, W C

Science (New York, N.Y.), April 22, 1994, Vol.264(5158), pp.532-537

6.

Strategies for minimizing cancer risk.
by Willett, W C September 1996

Scientific American, Vol.275(3), pp.88-91, 94-5

1996
7.

Goals for nutrition in the year 2000.
by Willett, W C

CA: a cancer journal for clinicians, 1999 Nov-Dec, Vol.49(6), pp.331-352

8.

Dietary carotenoids and vitamins A, C, and E and risk of breast cancer.
by Zhang, S

Journal of the National Cancer Institute, March 17, 1999, Vol.91(6), pp.547-556

11.

Considerations in modifying a semiquantitative food frequency questionnaire.
by Eck, L H

Journal of the American Dietetic Association, August 1991, Vol.91(8), pp.970-973

13.

Register of dietary assessment calibration-validation studies: a status report.
by Thompson, F E

The American journal of clinical nutrition, April 1997, Vol.65(4 Suppl), pp.1142S-1147S

14.

The dietary pyramid: Does the foundation need repair?
by Willett, Walter

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Aug 1998, Vol.68(2), pp.218-219

15.

Dietary protein and risk of ischemic heart disease in women
by Hu, Frank

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Aug 1999, Vol.70(2), pp.221-227

20.

Health effects of trans fatty acids
by Ascherio, Alberto

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Oct 1997, Vol.66(4S), pp.1006S-1010S

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