Fatores de riscos ambientais para o câncer pediátrico / Environmental risk factors for pediatric cancer

Cinthia de Lima Avelino, Larissa Fernandes Monteiro, Maria Luiza Ricarte Ruggeri, Gabriel Greggio Secco Felix, Isabela Santos Alves Cruz

Abstract


O presente artigo buscou relacionar os fatores ambientais de risco e a incidência do câncer pediátrico, através da revisão da literatura em que os principais fatores estudados foram:  a) benzeno, b) drogas lícitas e ilícitas, c) radiação, d) pesticidas e agrotóxicos, e) idade dos pais, f) diabetes materna, g) dieta materna e; h) dieta infantil; cujos os descritores incluíram: neoplasia pediátrica e fatores ambientais de risco, e sua relação. Estudo relevante devido ao aumento dos casos de câncer pediátrico no Brasil e sua relação com a alteração no genoma com os hábitos de vida dos pais e os períodos de vida da criança.


Keywords


riscos ambientais, incidência, saúde da criança, neoplasias.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv8n5-313