Published in Law and Health Weekly, November 27th, 2004
Obesity is an established risk factor for endometrial cancer, and there has been some evidence that body mass at younger ages, weight change, height, and physical activity may also be associated with a woman's risk of this cancer.
To investigate these possible associations, Leo J. Schouten, MD, PhD, of Maastricht University in The Netherlands, and colleagues conducted a case-cohort study using data from more than 62,000 women in The Netherlands Cohort Study on Diet and Cancer.
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