Population mixing and childhood leukaemia

@article{Kinlen2015PopulationMA,
  title={Population mixing and childhood leukaemia},
  author={Leo Kinlen},
  journal={European Journal of Epidemiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={30},
  pages={1331-1331}
}
In their recent study of childhood leukaemia (CL) in Switzerland, Lupatsch et al. [1] imply that they have tested my population mixing (PM) hypothesis concerning an infective aetiology for CL [2]. This is misleading, since this hypothesis concerns marked rural PM, as I have always stressed, and their study does not address such PM. They also state that, apart from one of case–control type, all previous studies have been ecological; this is incorrect, since that of Kinlen and Balkwill [3] was a… CONTINUE READING

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