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Adenocarcinoma of the lung among women: risk associated with smoking, prior lung disease, diet and menstrual and pregnancy history | Zatloukal P, Kubik A, Norbert P, Tomasek L, Petruzelka L
Article Published: 2003

Risk: RR= 0.66 (0.22-1.96) from text Table 3
Type: Case-Control
Funding Source: see further information
Significance: Not Statistically Significant Negative

Published By: Lung Cancer, 2003;41:283-293

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This work was supported by the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer and the Cancer Research Foundation of America. 



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