The burden of pancreatic cancer in Australia attributable to smoking
Objective To estimate the burden of pancreatic cancer in Australia attributable to modifiable exposures, particularly smoking. Design Prospective pooled cohort study. Setting, participants Seven prospective Australian study cohorts (total sample size, 365 084 adults); participant data linked to national registries to identify cases of pancreatic cancer and deaths. Main outcome measures Associations between exposures and incidence of pancreatic cancer, estimated in a proportional...[Show more]
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|Source:||The Medical Journal of Australia (Online)|
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