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Genkinger, J.M. (author), Wang, M. (author), Li, R. (author), Albanes, D. (author), Anderson, K.E. (author), Bernstein, L. (author), van den Brandt, P.A. (author), English, D.R. (author), Freudenheim, J.L. (author), Fuchs, C.S. (author), Gapstur, S.M. (author), Giles, G.G. (author), Goldbohm, R.A. (author), Håkansson, N. (author), Horn-Ross, P.L. (author), Koushik, A. (author), Marshal, J.R. (author), McCullough, M.L. (author), Miller, A.B. (author), Robien, K. (author), Rohan, T.E. (author), Schairer, C. (author), Silverman, D.T. (author), Stolzenberg-Solomon, R.Z. (author), Virtamo, J. (author), Willett, W.C. (author), Wolk, A. (author), Ziegler, R.G. (author), Smith-Warner, S.A. (author)
Pancreatic cancer has few early symptoms, is usually diagnosed at late stages, and has a high case-fatality rate. Identifying modifiable risk factors is crucial to reducing pancreatic cancer morbidity and mortality. Prior studies have suggested that specific foods and nutrients, such as dairy products and constituents, may play a role in...
article 2014
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Felix, A.S. (author), Cook, L.S. (author), Gaudet, M.M. (author), Rohan, T.E. (author), Schouten, L.J. (author), Setiawan, V.W. (author), Wise, L.A. (author), Anderson, K.E. (author), Bernstein, L. (author), de Vivo, I. (author), Friedenreich, C.M. (author), Gapstur, S.M. (author), Goldbohm, R.A. (author), Henderson, B. (author), Horn-Ross, P.L. (author), Kolonel, L. (author), Lacey, J.V. (author), Liang, X. (author), Lissowska, J. (author), Magliocco, A. (author), McCullough, M.L. (author), Miller, A.B. (author), Olson, S.H. (author), Palmer, J.R. (author), Park, Y. (author), Patel, A.V. (author), Prescott, J. (author), Rastogi, R. (author), Robien, K. (author), Rosenberg, L. (author), Schairer, C. (author), Ou Shu, X. (author), van den Brandt, P.A. (author), Virkus, R.A. (author), Wentzensen, N. (author), Xiang, Y.B. (author), Xu, W.H. (author), Yang, H.P. (author), Brinton, L.A. (author)
Background: Uterine sarcomas are characterised by early age at diagnosis, poor prognosis, and higher incidence among Black compared with White women, but their aetiology is poorly understood. Therefore, we performed a pooled analysis of data collected in the Epidemiology of Endometrial Cancer Consortium. We also examined risk factor associations...
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Genkinger, J.M. (author), Li, R. (author), Spiegelman, D. (author), Anderson, K.E. (author), Albanes, D. (author), Bergkvist, L. (author), Bernstein, L. (author), Black, A. (author), van den Brandt, P.A. (author), English, D.R. (author), Freudenheim, J.L. (author), Fuchs, C.S. (author), Giles, G.G. (author), Giovannucci, E. (author), Goldbohm, R.A. (author), Horn-Ross, P.L. (author), Jacobs, E.J. (author), Koushik, A. (author), Männisö, S. (author), Marshall, J.R. (author), Miller, A.B. (author), Patel, A.V. (author), Robien, K. (author), Rohan, T.E. (author), Schairer, C. (author), Stolzenberg-Solomon, R. (author), Wolk, A. (author), Ziegler, R.G. (author), Smith-Warner, S.A. (author)
Background: Coffee has been hypothesized to have pro- and anticarcinogenic properties, whereas tea may contain anticarcinogenic compounds. Studies assessing coffee intake and pancreatic cancer risk have yielded mixed results, whereas findings for tea intake have mostly been null. Sugar-sweetened carbonated soft drink (SSB) intake has been...
article 2012
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Koushik, A. (author), Spiegelman, D. (author), Albanes, D. (author), Anderson, K.E. (author), Bernstein, L. (author), van den Brandt, P.A. (author), Bergkvist, L. (author), English, D.R. (author), Freudenheim, J.L. (author), Fuchs, C.S. (author), Genkinger, J.M. (author), Giles, G.G. (author), Goldbohm, R.A. (author), Horn-Ross, P.L. (author), Männistö, S. (author), McCullough, M.L. (author), Millen, A.E. (author), Miller, A.B. (author), Robien, K. (author), Rohan, T.E. (author), Schatzkin, A. (author), Shikany, J.M. (author), Stolzenberg-Solomon, R.Z. (author), Willett, W.C. (author), Wolk, A. (author), Ziegler, R.G. (author), Smith-Warner, S.A. (author)
Fruit and vegetable intake may protect against pancreatic cancer, since fruits and vegetables are rich in potentially cancer-preventive nutrients. Most case-control studies have found inverse associations between fruit and vegetable intake and pancreatic cancer risk, although bias due to reporting error cannot be ruled out. In most prospective...
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Koushik, A. (author), Hunter, D.J. (author), Spiegelman, D. (author), Anderson, K.E. (author), Buring, J.E. (author), Freudenheim, J.L. (author), Goldbohm, R.A. (author), Hankinson, S.E. (author), Larsson, S.C. (author), Leitzmann, M. (author), Marshall, J.R. (author), McCullough, M.L. (author), Miller, A.B. (author), Rodriguez, C. (author), Rohan, T.E. (author), Ross, J.A. (author), Schatzkin, A. (author), Schouten, L.J. (author), Willett, W.C. (author), Wolk, A. (author), Zhang, S.M. (author), Smith-Warner, S.A. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Carotenoids, found in fruits and vegetables, have the potential to protect against cancer because of their properties, including their functions as precursors to vitamin A and as antioxidants. We examined the associations between intakes of α-carotene, β-carotene, β-cryptoxanthin, lutein/zeaxanthin and lycopene and the risk of invasive...
article 2006
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Genkinger, J.M. (author), Hunter, D.J. (author), Spiegelman, D. (author), Anderson, K.E. (author), Beeson, W.L. (author), Buring, J.E. (author), Colditz, G.A. (author), Fraser, G.E. (author), Freudenheim, J.L. (author), Goldbohm, R.A. (author), Hankinson, S.E. (author), Koenig, K.L. (author), Larsson, S.C. (author), Leitzmann, M. (author), McCullough, M.L. (author), Miller, A.B. (author), Rodriguez, C. (author), Rohan, T.E. (author), Ross, J.A. (author), Schatzkin, A. (author), Schouten, L.J. (author), Smit, E. (author), Willett, W.C. (author), Wolk, A. (author), Zeleniuch-Jacquotte, A. (author), Zhang, S.M. (author), Smith-Warner, S.A. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven TNO Voeding (author)
Fat and cholesterol are theorized to promote ovarian carcinogenesis by increasing circulating estrogen levels. Although case-control studies have reported positive associations between total and saturated fat intake and ovarian cancer risk, two cohort studies have observed null associations. Dietary cholesterol and eggs have been positively...
article 2006
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Genkinger, J.M. (author), Hunter, D.J. (author), Spiegelman, D. (author), Anderson, K.E. (author), Arslan, A. (author), Beeson, W.L. (author), Buring, J.E. (author), Fraser, G.E. (author), Freudenheim, J.L. (author), Goldbohm, R.A. (author), Hankinson, S.E. (author), Jacobs Jr., D.R. (author), Koushik, A. (author), Lacey Jr., J.V. (author), Larsson, S.C. (author), Leitzmann, M. (author), McCullough, M.L. (author), Miller, A.B. (author), Rodriguez, C. (author), Rohan, T.E. (author), Scheuten, L.J. (author), Shore, R. (author), Smit, E. (author), Wolk, A. (author), Zhang, S.M. (author), Smith-Warner, S.A. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Background: Dairy foods and their constituents (lactose and calcium) have been hypothesized to promote ovarian carcinogenesis. Although case-control studies have reported conflicting results for dairy foods and lactose, several cohort studies have shown positive associations between skim milk, lactose, and ovarian cancer. Methods: A pooled...
article 2006
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TNO Kwaliteit van Leven TNO Voeding (author), Genkinger, J.M. (author), Hunter, D.J. (author), Spiegelman, D. (author), Anderson, K.E. (author), Buring, J.E. (author), Freudenheim, J.L. (author), Goldbohm, R.A. (author), Harnack, L. (author), Hankinson, S.E. (author), Larsson, S.C. (author), Leitzmann, M. (author), McCullough, M.L. (author), Marshall, J. (author), Miller, A.B. (author), Rodriguez, C. (author), Rohan, T.E. (author), Schatzkin, A. (author), Schouten, L.J. (author), Wolk, A. (author), Zhang, S.M. (author), Smith-Warner, S.A. (author)
Alcohol has been hypothesized to promote ovarian carcinogenesis by its potential to increase circulating levels of estrogen and other hormones; through its oxidation byproduct, acetaldehyde, which may act as a cocarcinogen; and by depletion of folate and other nutrients. Case-control and cohort studies have reported conflicting results relating...
article 2006
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Koushik, A. (author), Hunter, D.J. (author), Spiegelman, D. (author), Anderson, K.E. (author), Arslan, A.A. (author), Beeson, W.L. (author), van den Brandt, P.A. (author), Buring, J.E. (author), Cerhan, J.R. (author), Colditz, G.A. (author), Fraser, G.E. (author), Freudenheim, J.L. (author), Genkinger, J.M. (author), Goldbohm, R.A. (author), Hankinson, S.E. (author), Koenig, K.L. (author), Larsson, S.C. (author), Leitzmann, M. (author), McCullough, M.L. (author), Miller, A.B. (author), Patel, A. (author), Rohan, T.E. (author), Schatzkin, A. (author), Smit, E. (author), Willett, W.C. (author), Wolk, A. (author), Zhang, S.M. (author), Smith-Warner, S.A. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Because fruits and vegetables are rich in bioactive compounds with potential cancer-preventive actions, increased consumption may reduce the risk of ovarian cancer. Evidence on the association between fruit and vegetable intake and ovarian cancer risk has not been consistent. We analyzed and pooled the primary data from 12 prospective studies in...
article 2005
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