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Stoffel, Sandro T. and McGregor, Lesley and Hirst, Yasemin and Hanif, Sahida and Morris, Lorraine and von Wagner, Christian. (2022) Evaluation of the Call for a Kit intervention to increase bowel cancer screening uptake in Lancashire, England. Journal of Medical Screening, 29 (3). pp. 166-171.

Zgraggen, Armin and Stoffel, Sandro Tiziano and Barbier, Michaela Carla and Marbet, Urs Albert. (2022) Colorectal cancer surveillance by colonoscopy in a prospective, population-based long-term Swiss screening study - outcomes, adherence, and costs. Zeitschrift für Gastroenterologie, 60 (5). pp. 761-778.


Stoffel, Sandro Tiziano and von Moos, Roger and Thürlimann, Beat and Cathomas, Richard and Gillessen, Silke and Zürrer-Härdi, Ursina and von Briel, Thomas and Anchisi, Sandro and Feller, Anita and Schär, Corinne and Dietrich, Daniel and Schwenkglenks, Matthias and Lupatsch, Judith E. and Mark, Michael Thomas. (2021) Patterns of care and economic consequences of using bone-targeted agents for castration-sensitive prostate cancer patients with bone metastases to prevent skeletal-related events in Switzerland - the SAKK 95/16 prostate study. Swiss medical weekly, 151. w20464.

Allan, Julia and Andelic, Nicole and Bender, Keith and Powell, Daniel and Stoffel, Sandro and Theodossiou, Ioannis. (2021) Employment contracts and stress: An experimental study. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine , 28 (1, Suppl.). S76.

Stoffel, Sandro and Coldwell, Ana Hvalica and von Wagner, Christian. (2021) Testing temporal frames of colorectal cancer risk: evidence from online experiments. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 28 (1, Suppl.). S104-S104.


Kaushal, Aradhna and Stoffel, Sandro Tiziano and Kerrison, Robert and von Wagner, Christian. (2020) Preferences for different diagnostic modalities to follow up abnormal colorectal cancer screening results: a hypothetical vignette study. BMJ Open, 10 (7). e035264.