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School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield. Clinical Guidelines for the Classification and Care of Women at Risk of Familial Breast Cancer in Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Care [Internet]. Sheffield (UK): University of Sheffield; 2004 May. (NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 14.)

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Clinical Guidelines for the Classification and Care of Women at Risk of Familial Breast Cancer in Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Care [Internet].

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Appendix 17Alcohol consumption

Alcohol consumption evidence tables

Pooled Multivariate Relative Risks for a 10-g/d Increment in Total Alcohol Intake by Levels of Other Breast Cancer Risk Factors.

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Pooled Multivariate Relative Risks for a 10-g/d Increment in Total Alcohol Intake by Levels of Other Breast Cancer Risk Factors.

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Calculated as floating absolute risk (FAR), with corresponding floated standard error (FSE), and stratified by study, age, parity, age at first birth and, for ‘all women’, by smoking history (see Methods).

Copyright © 2004, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield.
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