Inter-Regional Epidemiological Study of Childhood Cancer (IRESCC): childhood cancer and the consumption of debendox and related drugs in pregnancy.

@article{Mckinney1985InterRegionalES,
  title={Inter-Regional Epidemiological Study of Childhood Cancer (IRESCC): childhood cancer and the consumption of debendox and related drugs in pregnancy.},
  author={P. A. Mckinney and Ray A. Cartwright and Charles A. Stiller and P. A. Hopton and Jillian R Mann and Jillian M. Birch and A. L. Hartley and Jennifer Waterhouse and H. E. Johnston},
  journal={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={1985},
  volume={52},
  pages={923 - 929}
}
Attention has recently focused on the possible teratogenic effects of the combination antiemetic doxylamine succinate, dicyclomine hydrochloride and pyridoxine hydrochloride (Debendox/Bendectin) prescribed to pregnant women. The Inter-Regional Epidemiological Study of Childhood Cancer (IRESCC), a case-control investigation has analysed data derived from interview reports and medical records of 555 mothers of children (under 15 years) with cancer and 1110 mothers of matched control children… CONTINUE READING

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