Prenatal exposure to negative life events and job stress and asthma risk

X. Liu (Aarhus, Denmark), K. Madsen (Aarhus, Denmark), C. Sejbæk (Copenhagen, Denmark), H. Kolstad (Aarhus, Denmark), J. Olsen (Aarhus, Denmark), K. Hougaard (Copenhagen, Denmark), K. Hansen (Copenhagen, Denmark), N. Andersson (Copenhagen, Denmark), R. Rugulies (Copenhagen, Denmark), V. Schlünssen (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Paediatric asthma: prevention, diagnosis and treatment
Session: Paediatric asthma: prevention, diagnosis and treatment
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 335
Disease area: Paediatric lung diseases

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