Associations of parental occupational exposure to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields with childhood leukemia risk.
Published in: Leuk Lymphoma 2016; 57 (12): 2855-2862
Aim of study (acc. to author)
Following 12 studies were included:
Shu et al. (1988), Infante-Rivard et al. (1991), Sorahan et al. (1999), Smulevich et al. (1999), Feychting et al. (2000), Infante-Rivard et al. (2003), McKinney et al. (2003), Ali et al. (2004), Pearce et al. (2007), Hug et al. (2010), Reid et al. (2011) and Keegan et al. (2012). Endpoint/type of risk estimation
children in utero
1953 - 2006
Sweden, Spain, UK, Germany, Russia, Canada, China, Taiwan, Australia
Statistical analysis method:
heterogeneity test, Forest plot, Egger's test
Conclusion (acc. to author)
Study funded by
National Natural Science Foundation (NSFC), China
Zhejiang Provincial Natural Science Foundation, China
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