Parental smoking and childhood cancer: results from the United Kingdom Childhood Cancer Study

@article{Pang2003ParentalSA,
  title={Parental smoking and childhood cancer: results from the United Kingdom Childhood Cancer Study},
  author={Dong Wei Pang and R. Mcnally and JillianM. Birch},
  journal={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={2003},
  volume={88},
  pages={373 - 381}
}
There are strong a priori reasons for considering parental smoking behaviour as a risk factor for childhood cancer but case – control studies have found relative risks of mostly only just above one. To investigate this further, self-reported smoking habits in parents of 3838 children with cancer and 7629 control children included in the United Kingdom Childhood Cancer Study (UKCCS) were analysed. Separate analyses were performed for four major groups (leukaemia, lymphoma, central nervous system… CONTINUE READING
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