Vasectomy and the risk of prostate cancer in a Finnish nationwide population-based cohort.

@article{Seikkula2019VasectomyAT,
  title={Vasectomy and the risk of prostate cancer in a Finnish nationwide population-based cohort.},
  author={Heikki A Seikkula and Antti Kaipia and Elli Hirvonen and Matti E Rantanen and Janne Pitk{\"a}niemi and Nea Malila and Peter J. Bostr{\"o}m},
  journal={Cancer epidemiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={64},
  pages={
          101631
        }
}
INTRODUCTION & OBJECTIVES There are conflicting reports on the association of vasectomy and the risk of prostate cancer (PCa). Our objective was to evaluate the association between vasectomy and PCa from a nationwide cohort in Finland. MATERIALS & METHODS Sterilization registry of Finland and the Finnish Cancer Registry data were utilized to identify all men who underwent vasectomy between years 1987-2014 in Finland. Standard incidence ratio (SIR) for PCa as well as all-cause standardized… 
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