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||Preeclampsia and Subsequent Breast Cancer Risk: Hormonal and Growth Factor Biomar
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Layman's abstract: Women with a history of preeclampsia in pregnancy are at reduced risk of breast cancer, especially those who delivered a son, not a daughter, from the pregnancy. Why is this so? We compare hormones in the blood of a group of women who had been diagnosed with preeclampsia in pregnancy to hormones in a group who had normal pregnancies, after taking into consideration their age and other factors that influence hormone levels. We hypothesize that women with a history of preeclampsia will have lower estrogens and growth factors related to breast cancer than women who had normal pregnancies.
The associations between weight-related anthropometrics during childhood and lung function in late childhood: a retrospective cohort study.
, Mikalsen I.B.
, Eide G.E.
, Forman M.R.
, Júlíusson P.B.
, Øymar K.
BMC pulmonary medicine, 2018-01-19; 18(1), p. 10.