Background & Aims
Abbreviations used in this paper:BMI (body mass index), CI (confidence interval), HR (hazard ratio), HRT (hormone replacement therapy), SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin)
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Conflicts of interest The authors disclose no conflicts.
Funding This study was funded by research grants from the Swedish Research Council/Committee for Infrastructure (Dnr. 2008-5947; Dnr. 2011-6262) and the Board of Research at Karolinska Institutet (Distinguished Professor Award; Dnr. 2368/10-221) (to Alicja Wolk).