Lung cancer risk among nonsmoking women in relation to diet and physical activity.

@article{Kubk2004LungCR,
  title={Lung cancer risk among nonsmoking women in relation to diet and physical activity.},
  author={Anton{\'i}n K Kub{\'i}k and Petr Zatloukal and Ladislav Tom{\'a}{\vs}ek and Norbert Pauk and Lubos B Petruzelka and Ivan Plesko},
  journal={Neoplasma},
  year={2004},
  volume={51 2},
  pages={136-43}
}
To investigate the relationship between diet, physical activity, and the risk of lung cancer among female nonsmokers, and to compare it with female smokers in the same population, we conducted a case-control study. Data collected by personal interviews from 419 cases and 1593 controls were analyzed using unconditional logistic regression. As expected, among 130 nonsmoking cases, adenocarcinoma was the predominant cell type (49.2%), followed by squamous cell (20.2%) and small cell cancers (10.5… CONTINUE READING

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