Cured meats and childhood cancer

  title={Cured meats and childhood cancer},
  author={S. Preston-Martin and W. Lijinsky},
  journal={Cancer Causes & Control},
  • S. Preston-Martin, W. Lijinsky
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine
  • Cancer Causes & Control
  • To the Editor: In addition to the paper from our group, 1 two papers in the March 1994 issue of Cancer Causes and Control 2'3 address the possible association between cured meats and cancer in children. We are pleased to see that epidemiologists are exploring this complex area and offer some observations and thoughts that we hope may prove useful to these and other investigators of this possible relationship. We are currently analyzing data from a case-control study of childhood brain tumors… CONTINUE READING
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