Occupation and prostate cancer.

  title={Occupation and prostate cancer.},
  author={Marie-Elise Parent and Jack Siemiatycki},
  journal={Epidemiologic reviews},
  volume={23 1},
The descriptive epidemiology of prostate cancer, including international comparisons of incidence, temporal trends, social class gradients, and migrant studies, suggests that incidence varies greatly and that exogenous factors may play an important etiologic role (1, 2). Despite attempts to investigate the roles of several classes of exogenous agents, there are still no definitely recognized exogenous risk factors for prostate cancer. While there is still limited physiologic evidence on the… CONTINUE READING


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