A survey of the use of oestrogens during pregnancy in the United Kingdom and of the genito-urinary cancer mortality and incidence rates in young people in England and Wales.
Evidence for an association between oestrogen therapy during pregnancy and adenocarcinoma of the genital tract in female offspring has come mainly from the United States where such therapy appears to have been popular. To try to obtain some estimate of the frequency of this practice in the United Kingdom, a postal questionnaire was sent in early 1973 to all Fellows of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists who were resident in this country at that time. A response rate of 83 pe...Expand abstract
- The Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology of the British Commonwealth
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