Case-control study of paternal occupation and childhood leukaemia in Great Britain, 1962-2006.
Published in: Br J Cancer 2012; 107 (9): 1652-1659
Aim of study (acc. to author)
Endpoint/type of risk estimation
Type of risk estimation:
(odds ratio (OR))
list: paternal occupation stated on birth certificate was categorized according to the 1980 Office of
Population Censuses and Surveys Classification of Occupations Population
children in utero
1962 - 2006
birth registration district
case:control = 1:1
Statistical analysis method:
conditional logistic regression
Conclusion (acc. to author)
Study funded by
Department of Health, UK
Scottish Executive/Scottish Ministers, UK
CHILDREN with CANCER UK
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