Severity of obstructive #SleepApnea is associated with cancer incidence independent of known cancer-related risk factors; individuals with severe hypoxemia are at the greatest risk. Study by Kendzerska et al. @OttawaHospital https://t.co/J0Aq7CYRXg https
Severity of obstructive #SleepApnea is associated with cancer incidence independent of known cancer-related risk factors, with the greatest risk noted for individuals with severe hypoxemia. Study by Kendzerska et al @OttawaHospital: https://t.co/irfeqD2OW
A recent @ICESOntario study published in @CEBP_AACR led by @lunghealthcan shows the severity of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and nocturnal hypoxemia were independently associated with cancer. https://t.co/j46sAguipb
Larger retrospective multi center clinical cohort study found the severity of #OSA and nocturnal hypoxemia indepently associated with #Cancer @AtulMalhotra13 @brianjamesmurra @AACR #CHESTSleep #SleepMed https://t.co/QcMyQIC6Ji
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