Circadian disruption and fatal ovarian cancer.

  title={Circadian disruption and fatal ovarian cancer.},
  author={Brian D. Carter and W Ryan Diver and Janet S. Hildebrand and Alpa V. Patel and Susan M. Gapstur},
  journal={American journal of preventive medicine},
  volume={46 3 Suppl 1},
BACKGROUND The International Agency for Research on Cancer determination that shift work is a "probable" human carcinogen was based primarily on studies of breast cancer but it was also noted that additional aspects of circadian disruption and other cancer sites deserved further research. PURPOSE To examine possible associations of three measures of circadian disruption: nontypical work schedules, nightly sleep duration, and monthly frequency of insomnia with risk of fatal ovarian cancer in a… CONTINUE READING
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