Systolic and diastolic blood pressure, prostate cancer risk, treatment, and survival. The PROCA‐life study

Abstract Background Inflammation has been linked to prostate cancer and hypertension, but it remains equivocal whether elevated blood pressure (BP) influence prostate cancer risk and survival. Method Using Cox regression models, we examined the association between prediagnostic BP and prostate cance...
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Author:

Einar Stikbakke [VerfasserIn]

Henrik Schirmer [VerfasserIn]

Tore Knutsen [VerfasserIn]

Martin Støyten [VerfasserIn]

Tom Wilsgaard [VerfasserIn]

Edward L. Giovannucci [VerfasserIn]

Anne McTiernan [VerfasserIn]

Anne E. Eggen [VerfasserIn]

Hege S. Haugnes [VerfasserIn]

Elin Richardsen [VerfasserIn]

Inger Thune [VerfasserIn]

Format:

Electronic Article

Language:

English

Published:

2022

Subjects:

hypertension

inflammation

mortality

prostate cancer

risk

Containing Work:

In: Cancer Medicine - Wiley, 2012, 11(2022), 4, Seite 1005-1015

Containing Work:

volume:11 ; year:2022 ; number:4 ; pages:1005-1015

Links:

https://doi.org/10.1002/cam4.4523 [kostenfrei]

https://doaj.org/article/6edb4ac2c1d34fef9f3fdbded8f072aa [kostenfrei]

Journal toc [kostenfrei]

DOI / URN:

10.1002/cam4.4523

Catalog id:

DOAJ077191021

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