Published in Cancer Weekly, December 2nd, 2003
According to a study from Denmark, "Studies relating blood pressure to cancer risk have some shortcomings and have revealed inconsistent findings.
"In 17,498 middle-aged, London-based government employees we related systolic and diastolic blood pressure recorded at baseline examination (1967 - 1970) to the risk of cancer mortality risk at 13 anatomical sites 25 years later," wrote G.D. Batty and colleagues, University of Copenhagen, Institute of Public Health.
"Following adjustment for potential confounding and mediating factors, inverse associations between blood pressure and...
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