A prospective study of measured body size and height and risk of keratinocyte cancers and melanoma.
AffiliationPopulation Health Department, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, 300 Herston Road, Herston, Brisbane, Australia
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AbstractThe potential influence of measured body weight and height on keratinocyte skin cancer risk has scarcely been studied. Some evidence indicates melanoma risk increases as self-reported height increases, but an association with body mass index (BMI) is less certain.
CitationA prospective study of measured body size and height and risk of keratinocyte cancers and melanoma. 2016, 40:119-25 Cancer Epidemiol
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