Childhood leukaemia close to high-voltage power lines – the Geocap study, 2002–2007

@inproceedings{SermageFaure2013ChildhoodLC,
  title={Childhood leukaemia close to high-voltage power lines – the Geocap study, 2002–2007},
  author={Claire Sermage-Faure and Claire Demoury and J{\'e}r{\'e}mie Rudant and St{\'e}phanie Goujon-Bellec and A Guyot-Goubin and François Deschamps and Denis H{\'e}mon and Jacqueline Clavel},
  booktitle={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={2013}
}
Background:High-voltage overhead power lines (HVOLs) are a source of extremely low-frequency magnetic fields (ELF-MFs), which are classified as possible risk factors for childhood acute leukaemia (AL). The study was carried out to test the hypothesis of an increased AL incidence in children living close to HVOL of 225–400 kV (VHV-HVOL) and 63–150 kV (HV-HVOL).Methods:The nationwide Geocap study included all the 2779 cases of childhood AL diagnosed in France over 2002–2007 and 30 000… CONTINUE READING
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