Association of childhood leukemia with maternal age, birth order, and paternal occupation. A case-control study.

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Previous investigations have drawn conflicting conclusions concerning the association between childhood leukemia and maternal age, birth order, socioeconomic status, and paternal occupation. In this study, 255 childhood leukemia cases diagnosed in California between 1975 and 1980 were individually matched with two living controls on the basis of sex, date… (More)

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@article{Shaw1984AssociationOC, title={Association of childhood leukemia with maternal age, birth order, and paternal occupation. A case-control study.}, author={G. Shaw and Roberta Lavey and R. Jackson and Daniel C. Austin}, journal={American journal of epidemiology}, year={1984}, volume={119 5}, pages={788-95} }