Childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia associated with parental alcohol consumption and polymorphisms of carcinogen-metabolizing genes.

@article{InfanteRivard2002ChildhoodAL,
  title={Childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia associated with parental alcohol consumption and polymorphisms of carcinogen-metabolizing genes.},
  author={Claire Infante-Rivard and Maja Krajinovic and Damian Labuda and Daniel Sinnett},
  journal={Epidemiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={277-81}
}
BACKGROUND Limited information is available on the association of parental consumption of alcohol prior to and during pregnancy with the risk of childhood leukemia, as well as for the potentially modifying role of genetic polymorphisms. METHODS We conducted a population-based, case-control study of 491 incident cases of acute lymphoblastic leukemia age 0-9 years and matched on age and sex to 491 healthy controls. Cases were identified at tertiary care centers in the Province of Québec between… CONTINUE READING

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