Is sunlight an aetiological agent in the genesis of retinoblastoma?

@inproceedings{Hooper1999IsSA,
  title={Is sunlight an aetiological agent in the genesis of retinoblastoma?},
  author={Martin Hooper},
  booktitle={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={1999}
}
SummaryThe incidence of unilateral, but not bilateral, retinoblastoma in human populations at different geographical locations increases significantly with ambient erythemal dose of ultraviolet B radiation from sunlight. This supports the hypothesis that sunlight plays a role in retinoblastoma formation. 

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