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Obesity and liver cancer mortality in Asia: the Asia Pacific Cohort Study Collaboration

While obesity is associated with liver cancer in studies from western societies, the paucity of data from Asia limits insights into its aetiological role in this population. We examined the relationship between body mass index (BMI) and liver cancer using data from the Asia Pacific Cohort Studies Co... Full description

Journal Title: Cancer epidemiology 2009-11-08, Vol.33 (6), p.469-472
Main Author: Batty, G. David
Other Authors: Barzi, Federica , Huxley, Rachel , Chang, Charissa Y. , Jee, Sun Ha , Jamrozik, Konrad , Whitlock, Gary , Kim, Hyeon Chang , Fang, Xianghua , Lam, Tai H. , Woodward, Mark
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description: While obesity is associated with liver cancer in studies from western societies, the paucity of data from Asia limits insights into its aetiological role in this population. We examined the relationship between body mass index (BMI) and liver cancer using data from the Asia Pacific Cohort Studies Collaboration. In 309,203 Asian study members, four years of follow-up gave rise to 11,135 deaths from all causes, 420 of which were ascribed to liver cancer. BMI, whether categorised according to current guidelines for Asian groups or World Health Organisation recommendations, was not associated with liver cancer in any of our analyses.
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abstractWhile obesity is associated with liver cancer in studies from western societies, the paucity of data from Asia limits insights into its aetiological role in this population. We examined the relationship between body mass index (BMI) and liver cancer using data from the Asia Pacific Cohort Studies Collaboration. In 309,203 Asian study members, four years of follow-up gave rise to 11,135 deaths from all causes, 420 of which were ascribed to liver cancer. BMI, whether categorised according to current guidelines for Asian groups or World Health Organisation recommendations, was not associated with liver cancer in any of our analyses.
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