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Diet in Relation to Endometrial Cancer Risk: A Case-Control Study in Greece
Nutrition and Cancer
The risk of endometrial cancer is positively associated with obesity, but the role of specific nutrients remains unclear. Given the distinct characteristics of the Greek diet and the low incidence of this form of cancer among Greek women, we undertook a case-control study to investigate the association of endometrial cancer with food groups and micronutrients. Cases were 84 women with histologically confirmed endometrial cancer and controls were 84 women with intact uterus admitted to the samedoi:10.1207/s15327914nc441_3 pmid:12672637 fatcat:rzssfznckfhkhlchzb6kioflcm