Diet and nutrition as risk factors for multiple myeloma among blacks and whites in the United States

@article{Brown2001DietAN,
  title={Diet and nutrition as risk factors for multiple myeloma among blacks and whites in the United States},
  author={Linda Brown and Gloria Gridley and Linda M. Pottern and Dalsu Baris and Christine A. Swanson and Debra T. Silverman and Richard B Hayes and Raymond S. Greenberg and Graeme M Swanson and Janet B. Schoenberg and Ann Grossbart Schwartz and Joseph F. Jr. Fraumeni},
  journal={Cancer Causes & Control},
  year={2001},
  volume={12},
  pages={117-125}
}
Objectives: To explore whether dietary factors contribute to the risk of multiple myeloma and the two-fold higher incidence among blacks compared to whites in the United States. Methods: Data from a food-frequency questionnaire were analyzed for 346 white and 193 black subjects with multiple myeloma, and 1086 white and 903 black controls who participated in a population-based case–control study of multiple myeloma in three areas of the United States. Results: Elevated risks were associated with… CONTINUE READING

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