Shift work and breast cancer among women textile workers in Shanghai, China

@article{Li2014ShiftWA,
  title={Shift work and breast cancer among women textile workers in Shanghai, China},
  author={Wenjin Li and R Multiprocessor Ray and David J Thomas and Scott M Davis and Michael Yost and Norman Breslow and Dao Li Gao and E. Dawn Fitzgibbons and Janice Ellouise Camp and Eva Y. W. Wong and Karen Wernli and Harvey Checkoway},
  journal={Cancer Causes & Control},
  year={2014},
  volume={26},
  pages={143-150}
}
Although night-shift work has been associated with elevated risk of breast cancer in numerous epidemiologic studies, evidence is not consistent. We conducted a nested case–cohort study to investigate a possible association between shift work including a night shift and risk of breast cancer within a large cohort of women textile workers in Shanghai, China… CONTINUE READING