Cognitive Epidemiology: IQ And The Rate of Cancer

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To address studies that indicate an inverse relationship between intelligence and mortality rates, Batty and colleagues capitalized on a large cohort of Swedish men who, upon entry into military service in Sweden were subjected to an assessment of intelligence quotient (IQ) by comprehensive examination of cognitive function.


Batty GD, et al. IQ in early adulthood and later cancer risk: cohort study of one million Swedish men. Ann Oncology. 2007;18:21-28.

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