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Epidemiological studies of sleep characteristics and breast cancer

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Short sleep, disrupted sleep, daytime napping, and late chronotypes are putative risk factors for breast cancer, but observational evidence on associations with sleep duration is inconsistent and prospective evidence for other sleep characteristics is limited. To address these research gaps, I conducted prospective analyses of sleep characteristics and of melatonin in relation to breast cancer risk. In investigations of potential intermediate factors, I analysed sleep duration and chronoty...

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MSD
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Nuffield Department of Population Health
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Nuffield Department of Population Health - Clarendon Fund - Brasenose College Kwai Cheong Scholarship More from this funder
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DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2021-11-11

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