Domenica Vito

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There is increasing evidence that early life exposures, such as birth weight, infant feeding practices, birth rank and maternal age at delivery may play a role in breast carcinogenesis. We conducted a case–control study of women aged 35–80 in Western New York (Western New York Exposure and Breast Cancer Study, the WEB Study, 1996–2001). The study included(More)
Birth weight is emerging as a potentially important risk factor for several chronic diseases with adult onset, including breast cancer. Because participant recall is frequently used to gather data on early life exposures, it is essential that the accuracy of recall be assessed and validated. Self-reported birth weights and birth certificate weights were(More)
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