Exposure to farm crops, livestock, and farm tasks and risk of glioma: the Upper Midwest Health Study.

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Some studies of brain cancer have found an excess risk for farmers. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health previously found no increased glioma risk for ever (vs. never) being exposed to pesticides on a farm among 798 cases and 1,175 population-based controls (adult (ages 18-80 years) nonmetropolitan residents of Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/aje/kwp075

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@article{Ruder2009ExposureTF, title={Exposure to farm crops, livestock, and farm tasks and risk of glioma: the Upper Midwest Health Study.}, author={Avima M. Ruder and Tania Carre{\'o}n and Mary Ann Butler and Geoffrey Calvert and Karen E. Davis-King and Martha Waters and Paul A Schulte and Jack Mandel and Roscoe F. Morton and Douglas J. Reding and Kenneth D. Rosenman}, journal={American journal of epidemiology}, year={2009}, volume={169 12}, pages={1479-91} }