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Early life events and later risk of colorectal cancer: age-period-cohort modelling in the Nordic countries and Estonia



Early life events and later risk of colorectal cancer: age-period-cohort modelling in the Nordic countries and Estonia



Cancer Causes & Control 16(3): 215-223



Background: A lowering of colorectal cancer risk for the birth cohorts born around World War II (WWII) has previously been observed in Norway, a country which suffered some 20% caloric restriction during the war.

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PMID: 15947873

DOI: 10.1007/s10552-004-3073-x


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