Modification of oral contraceptive relationships on breast cancer risk by selected factors among younger women.

@article{Brinton1997ModificationOO,
  title={Modification of oral contraceptive relationships on breast cancer risk by selected factors among younger women.},
  author={Louise A Brinton and Marilie Denise Gammon and Kathleen E. Malone and Janet B. Schoenberg and JanetR. Daling and Ralph Jay Coates},
  journal={Contraception},
  year={1997},
  volume={55 4},
  pages={
          197-203
        }
}
In a case-control study of 1647 breast cancer cases and 1501 population controls under 45 years of age, potential modifying effects of other risk factors on the relationship of oral contraceptives to breast cancer were examined. Among the total series of study subjects, the relationship of extended pill usage was greater in non-white than white women. Oral contraceptive associations, however, did not appear to be substantially modified by other risk factors, including parity, body size, or… CONTINUE READING
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