Testicular cancer in young men and parental occupational exposure.

  title={Testicular cancer in young men and parental occupational exposure.},
  author={J. W. Kardaun and Richard B Hayes and Linda M. Pottern and Linda Brown and Robert Nathaniel Hoover},
  journal={American journal of industrial medicine},
  volume={20 2},
To investigate whether parental occupation, especially during the 12 month period before birth, could be responsible for elevated rates of testicular cancer in young men, we used data from a case-control study of 223 cases and 212 controls conducted in the Washington, DC area. For all histologic types of testicular cancer combined, no significant associations were found for specific occupations, nor for the broad occupational categories of professional, other white collar, or blue collar… CONTINUE READING
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