Parental alcohol consumption and risk of leukemia in the offspring: a systematic review and meta-analysis

@article{Karalexi2017ParentalAC,
  title={Parental alcohol consumption and risk of leukemia in the offspring: a systematic review and meta-analysis},
  author={Maria A. Karalexi and Nick Dessypris and Thomas P. Thomopoulos and Evangelos Ntouvelis and Maria Kantzanou and Andreas-Antonios Diamantaras and Maria M Moschovi and Margarita Baka and Emmanuel Hatzipantelis and Maria Kourti and Sophia Polychronopoulou and Eftichia Stiakaki and Ana M. Mora and Victor Wunsch-Filho and Claire Infante‐Rivard and Dimitrios Loutradis and Eleni Th Petridou},
  journal={European Journal of Cancer Prevention},
  year={2017},
  volume={26},
  pages={433–441}
}
Parental alcohol consumption before and during pregnancy has been linked to adverse outcomes in the offspring including leukemogenesis. We, therefore, aimed to systematically assess and quantitatively synthesize published data on the association of paternal consumption during preconception and maternal consumption during pregnancy with leukemia risk in childhood (0–14 years). Following Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses guidelines, we searched PubMed (until… Expand
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