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Parental occupational exposure to benzene and the risk of childhood cancer: A census-based cohort study

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Spycher, Ben Daniel
Lupatsch, Judith Eva
Huss, Anke
Rischewski, Johannes
Schindera, Christina
Spoerri, Adrian
Vermeulen, Roel
Kuehni, Claudia Elisabeth
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Published in Environment International. 2017, vol. 108, p. 84-91
Abstract Previous studies on occupational exposures in parents and cancer risks in their children support a link between solvents and paints with childhood leukaemia. Few studies have focused specifically on benzene.
Keywords AdolescentBenzene/toxicityCensusesChildChildPreschoolCohort StudiesFemaleHumansInfantInfantNewbornLeukemia/chemically induced/etiologyMaleMaternal Exposure/adverse effectsNeoplasms/chemically induced/etiologyOccupational Exposure/adverse effectsPaternal Exposure/adverse effectsPregnancyPrenatal Exposure Delayed Effects/chemically inducedProportional Hazards ModelsRisk AssessmentSwitzerland
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PMID: 28802171
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SPYCHER, Ben Daniel et al. Parental occupational exposure to benzene and the risk of childhood cancer: A census-based cohort study. In: Environment International, 2017, vol. 108, p. 84-91. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:107408

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