Published in Cancer Weekly, July 22nd, 2003
According to a study from Netherlands, "To assess the relation between urinary endogenous sex steroid levels and the risk of postmenopausal breast cancer, a nested case-cohort study was conducted within a large cohort (the DOM cohort) in the Netherlands (n=9349).
"Until the end of follow-up (1 January 1996), 397 postmenopausal breast cancer cases were identified and a subcohort of 424 women was then taken from all eligible women. Women using hormones were excluded, leaving 364 breast cancer cases and 382 women in the subcohort for the analyses," wrote N.C. Onland-Moret...
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