Reproductive variables and risk of uterine cervical cancer in Norwegian registry data

@article{Bjrge1996ReproductiveVA,
  title={Reproductive variables and risk of uterine cervical cancer in Norwegian registry data},
  author={Tone Bj{\o}rge and {\O}ystein Kravdal},
  journal={Cancer Causes & Control},
  year={1996},
  volume={7},
  pages={351-357}
}
The influence of reproductive variables on cervical cancer incidence, controlling for other sociodemographic factors, was estimated in Norwegian register and census data, using Poisson regression models. Among the 1.3 million women under observation, a total of 2,870 cases of cervical cancer were diagnosed. According to models restricted to parous women, parity level had no independent impact on cervical cancer incidence, but a clear effect of age at first birth was noted. It was most… CONTINUE READING

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