Bone mineral density and mammographic density in Mexican women

@article{Moseson2015BoneMD,
  title={Bone mineral density and mammographic density in Mexican women},
  author={Heidi Moseson and Megan S Rice and Ruy L{\'o}pez-Ridaura and Kimberly A Bertrand and Gabriela Citlalli L{\'o}pez Torres and Margarita Rebeca P{\'e}rez Blanco and Juan Alfredo Tamayo-Orozco and Mart{\'i}n Lajous and Isabelle ed Romieu},
  journal={Cancer Causes & Control},
  year={2015},
  volume={27},
  pages={39-46}
}
AbstractBackgroundBone mineral density (BMD) is a putative marker for lifetime exposure to estrogen. Studies that have explored whether BMD is a determinant of mammographic density (MD) have observed inconsistent results. Therefore, we examined this potential association in a sample of women (n = 1,516) from the clinical sub-cohort in the Mexican teachers’ cohort (n = 115,315).MethodsWe used multivariable linear regression to assess the association between quartiles of BMD and percent MD, as… CONTINUE READING
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