Journal article

The association between birth order and childhood leukemia may be modified by paternal age and birth weight. Pooled results from the International Childhood Cancer Cohort Consortium (I4C)

Ora Paltiel, Stanley Lemeshow, Gary S Phillips, Gabriella Tikellis, Martha S Linet, Anne-Louise Ponsonby, Per Magnus, Siri E Haberg, Sjurdur F Olsen, Charlotta Granstroem, Mark Klebanoff, Jean Golding, Zdenko Herceg, Akram Ghantous, Jane Elizabeth Hirst, Arndt Borkhardt, Mary H Ward, Signe Holst Soegaard, Terence Dwyer

International Journal of Cancer | WILEY | Published : 2019


Awarded by Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Australia

Awarded by Research Council of Norway through its Centres of Excellence fund scheme, Trigon Foundation, Denmark, UK

Awarded by Wellcome Trust

Funding Acknowledgements

Grant sponsor: NIH (NCI, NICHD)-USA; National Children's Study-USA; Grant sponsor: Children's Cancer Centre Foundation-Australia;Grant sponsor: Bluey Day Foundation-Australia; Grant sponsor: Baxter Family Foundation-Australia; Grant sponsor: The Rotary Club of North Brighton-Australia; Grant sponsor: Tour de Cure-Australia; Grant sponsor: Private philanthropic donations - Australia; Grant sponsor: Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Australia; Grant number: M1300049; Grant sponsor: Research Council of Norway through its Centres of Excellence funding scheme, Trigon Foundation, Denmark, UK; Grant number: 262700; Grant sponsor: Medical Research Council and the Wellcome Trust; Grant number: 092731; Grant sponsor: the University of Bristol currently provide core support for ALSPAC