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Birth size and survival in breast cancer patients from the Uppsala Birth Cohort Study.
|Title||Birth size and survival in breast cancer patients from the Uppsala Birth Cohort Study.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||Sovio U, Jones R, Dos Santos Silva I, Koupil I|
|Journal||Cancer causes & control : CCC|
|Date Published||2013 Sep|
Previous studies suggest that larger birth size is associated with a higher breast cancer incidence, but studies on birth measures and mortality in breast cancer cases are scarce. This study investigates survival of women after breast cancer diagnosis (n = 437) in the Uppsala Birth Cohort born in 1915-1929.
|Alternate Journal||Cancer Causes Control|