Fluid intake and bladder cancer in Utah.

@article{Slattery1988FluidIA,
  title={Fluid intake and bladder cancer in Utah.},
  author={Martha L. Slattery and Dee W. West and Linda M. Robison},
  journal={International journal of cancer},
  year={1988},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={17-22}
}
A population-based, incident case-control study was conducted in Utah to assess the relationship between fluid intake and bladder cancer. Cancer cases (n = 419) were identified through the Utah Cancer Registry, and controls (n = 889) were obtained through random digit dialing and the Health Care Financing Administration. After adjustment for cigarette smoking, age, sex, history of diabetes, and history of bladder infections using multiple logistic regression analysis, total fluid intake was not… CONTINUE READING

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After adjustment for cigarette smoking , age , sex , history of diabetes , and history of bladder infections using multiple logistic regression analysis , total fluid intake was not found to be related to bladder cancer development .
After adjustment for cigarette smoking , age , sex , history of diabetes , and history of bladder infections using multiple logistic regression analysis , total fluid intake was not found to be related to bladder cancer development .
After adjustment for cigarette smoking , age , sex , history of diabetes , and history of bladder infections using multiple logistic regression analysis , total fluid intake was not found to be related to bladder cancer development .
A linear trend for a dose - response protective effect was observed for milk , while coffee increased risk only when 40 or more cups were consumed per week .
A linear trend for a dose - response protective effect was observed for milk , while coffee increased risk only when 40 or more cups were consumed per week .
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