Case-control study of dietary etiological factors: the Melbourne Colorectal Cancer Study.

@article{Kune1987CasecontrolSO,
  title={Case-control study of dietary etiological factors: the Melbourne Colorectal Cancer Study.},
  author={Susan Kune and Gabriel A. Kune and Lyndsey F. Watson},
  journal={Nutrition and cancer},
  year={1987},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={21-42}
}
As part of a large-scale investigation of colorectal cancer (CRC) incidence, etiology, and survival, a case-control study was conducted to identify dietary factors associated with the risk of CRC. The study compared 715 cases with 727 age- and sex-matched community controls. A quantitative diet history, assessed to be the most representative of the previous 20 years, was obtained from each subject and analyzed for both food groups and nutrients. The combination of a high-fiber and high… CONTINUE READING

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