Epidemiologic study of insecticide exposures, obesity, and risk of bladder cancer in household dogs.

@article{Glickman1989EpidemiologicSO,
  title={Epidemiologic study of insecticide exposures, obesity, and risk of bladder cancer in household dogs.},
  author={Lawrence T. Glickman and F S Schofer and Lester J . McKee and John S. Reif and Michael H. Goldschmidt},
  journal={Journal of toxicology and environmental health},
  year={1989},
  volume={28 4},
  pages={
          407-14
        }
}
A case-control study of household dogs was conducted to determine if exposure to sidestream cigarette smoke and chemicals in the home, use of topical insecticides, and obesity are associated with the occurrence of bladder cancer. Information was obtained by interview from owners of 59 dogs with transitional-cell carcinoma of the bladder and 71 age- and breed size-matched control dogs with other chronic diseases or neoplasms. Bladder cancer risk was unrelated to sidestream cigarette smoke and… CONTINUE READING

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