Exogenous hormone use, reproductive factors and risk of intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma among women: results from cohort studies in the Liver Cancer Pooling Project and the UK Biobank

Jessica L. Petrick, Úna C. McMenamin, Xuehong Zhang, Anne Zeleniuch-Jacquotte, Jean Wactawski-Wende, Tracey G. Simon, Rashmi Sinha, Howard D. Sesso, Catherine Schairer, Lynn Rosenberg, Thomas E. Rohan, Kim Robien, Mark P. Purdue, Jenny N. Poynter, Julie R. Palmer, Yunxia Lu, Martha S. Linet, Linda M. Liao, I. Min Lee, Jill KoshiolCari M. Kitahara, Victoria A. Kirsh, Jonathan N. Hofmann, Barry I. Graubard, Edward Giovannucci, J. Michael Gaziano, Susan M. Gapstur, Neal D. Freedman, Andrea A. Florio, Dawn Q. Chong, Yu Chen, Andrew T. Chan, Julie E. Buring, Laura E.Beane Freeman, Jennifer W. Bea, Christopher R. Cardwell, Peter T. Campbell, Katherine A. McGlynn

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