Body-mass index and risk of 22 specific cancers: a population-based cohort study of 5·24 million UK adults : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service

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BMI is associated with cancer risk, with substantial population-level effects. The heterogeneity in the effects suggests that different mechanisms are associated with different cancer sites and different patient subgroups.

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  • Publication date14 August 2014
  • CreatorBhaskaran K, Douglas I, Forbes H, et al
  • ContributorLeon Green
  • Copyright© 2014 Bhaskaran et al
 
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