Risk Factors of Breast Cancer

  title={Risk Factors of Breast Cancer},
  author={T. Anothaisintawee and C. Wiratkapun and Panuwat Lerdsitthichai and Vijj Kasamesup and S. Wongwaisayawan and J. Srinakarin and S. Hirunpat and P. Woodtichartpreecha and Sarawan Boonlikit and Y. Teerawattananon and A. Thakkinstian},
  journal={Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health},
  pages={368 - 387}
  • T. Anothaisintawee, C. Wiratkapun, +8 authors A. Thakkinstian
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health
  • The etiology of breast cancer might be explained by 2 mechanisms, namely, differentiation and proliferation of breast epithelial cells mediated by hormonal factors. We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis to update effects of risk factors for both mechanisms. MEDLINE and EMBASE were searched up to January 2011. Studies that assessed association between oral contraceptives (OC), hormonal replacement therapy (HRT), diabetes mellitus (DM), or breastfeeding and breast cancer were… CONTINUE READING
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