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Breast cancer risk factor associations differ for pure versus invasive carcinoma with an in situ component in case-control and case-case analyses



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2 What are the comparative benefits and harms for maternal health outcomes among women who breastfeed for different intensities and durations?
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Title Breast cancer risk factor associations differ for pure versus invasive carcinoma with an in situ component in case-control and case-case analyses
Author M. Ruszczyk, G. Zirpoli, S. Kumar, E. V. Bandera, D. H. Bovbjerg, L. Jandorf, T. Khoury, H. Hwang, G. Ciupak, K. Pawlish, P. Schedin, P. Masso-Welch, C. B. Ambrosone and C. C. Hong
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Year 2016
Numbers Pubmed ID: 26621543

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