Salt intake, cured meat consumption, refrigerator use and stomach cancer incidence: a prospective cohort study (Netherlands)

@article{Brandt2003SaltIC,
  title={Salt intake, cured meat consumption, refrigerator use and stomach cancer incidence: a prospective cohort study (Netherlands)},
  author={Piet A. van den Brandt and Anita A. M. Botterweck and R Alexandra Goldbohm},
  journal={Cancer Causes & Control},
  year={2003},
  volume={14},
  pages={427-438}
}
Objective: Many case–control studies have reported that salt and cured meat intake are positively, and refrigerator use is inversely, associated with stomach cancer risk. In the current prospective study these associations were evaluated. Methods: The Netherlands Cohort Study consisted of 120,852 men and women ages 55–69 years at baseline in 1986. Salt exposure was measured by calculating mean daily sodium intake (dietary salt) from 150 food items and by specific salt questions. After 6.3 years… CONTINUE READING
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