Neonatal level of thyroid-stimulating hormone and acute childhood leukemia.

Abstract

One of the more consistent findings in leukemia research is the association between birth weight and childhood leukemia. Because thyroid hormones are critically involved in growth and differentiation, we speculated that hormone levels could be of significance to the development of leukemia in early life. Specifically, we hypothesized that high levels of… (More)

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