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  • In a retrospective case-control study comparing 100 colorectal cancer patients with 100 age-, race-, and sex-matched hospital controls and 51 spouse controls, no significant differences were observed in the historical frequency of bowel movements, presence of constipation, or use of laxatives between cases and controls.

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  • The study also included about 15,000 age- and sex-matched controls.

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  • We calculated EQ-5D index and predicted lifetime quality-adjusted life years (QALYs) gained using the age - and sex-matched life expectancy for survivors after one year.

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  • Peter T. Campbell, Ph. D., of the Epidemiology Research Program at the American Cancer Society in Atlanta, and colleagues performed a case-control study of subjects with incident colorectal cancer and their unaffected sex-matched siblings to evaluate associations between being overweight or obese (defined according to body mass index) and adult weight change and colorectal cancer risk.

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  • We calculated EQ-5D index and predicted lifetime quality-adjusted life years (QALYs) gained using the age - and sex-matched life expectancy for survivors after one year.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • The scientists performed a case-control study of subjects with colorectal cancer and their unaffected, sex-matched sibling.

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  • Peter T. Campbell, of the Epidemiology Research Program at the American Cancer Society in Atlanta, and colleagues performed a case-control study of subjects with incident colorectal cancer and their unaffected sex-matched siblings to evaluate associations between being overweight or obese

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  • Peter T. Campbell, Ph. D., of the Epidemiology Research Program at the American Cancer Society in Atlanta, and colleagues performed a case-control study of subjects with incident colorectal cancer and their unaffected sex-matched siblings to evaluate associations between being overweight or obese (defined according to body mass index) and adult weight change and colorectal cancer risk.

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  • In this well designed case-control study with age - and sex-matched controls, the frequency of overall GI symptoms, upper GI symptoms and lower GI symptoms in the 190 patients with diabetes was 72%, 43% and

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  • Controls were age (within 10 year age bands) and sex-matched with a respective case.

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