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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS: INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE

Rural and Urban Residence During Early Life is Associated with Risk of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Population-Based Inception and Birth Cohort Study

Benchimol, Eric I MD, PhD1,2,3,4,5; Kaplan, Gilaad G MD, MPH6,7; Otley, Anthony R MD, MSc8; Nguyen, Geoffrey C MD, PhD5,9; Underwood, Fox E MSc6,7; Guttmann, Astrid MDCM, MSc5,10; Jones, Jennifer L MD, MSc11; Potter, Beth K PhD4; Catley, Christina A PhD5; Nugent, Zoann J PhD12; Cui, Yunsong MSc11; Tanyingoh, Divine MSc6; Mojaverian, Nassim MSc5; Bitton, Alain MD13; Carroll, Matthew W BMed, MHSc14; deBruyn, Jennifer MD, MSc15; Dummer, Trevor J B BA, MSc, PhD16; El-Matary, Wael MD, MSc17; Griffiths, Anne M MD10; Jacobson, Kevan MBBCh18,19; Kuenzig, Ellen M PhD1,2,5; Leddin, Desmond MD11; Lix, Lisa M PhD20; Mack, David R MD1,2,3; Murthy, Sanjay K MD, MSc5,21; Sánchez, Juan Nicolás Peña MD, MPH, PhD22; Singh, Harminder MD, MPH12,23; Targownik, Laura E MD, MSHS12,23; Vutcovici, Maria MD, MSc13; Bernstein, Charles N MD12,23 on behalf of the Canadian Gastro-Intestinal Epidemiology Consortium

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American Journal of Gastroenterology: September 2017 - Volume 112 - Issue 9 - p 1412-1422
doi: 10.1038/ajg.2017.208
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