Main Outcome Measures
Abbreviations:CI (confidence interval), IRR (incident rate ratio), OR (odds ratio)
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Supported by the National Science Council of Taiwan (grant no. NSC 98-2314-B-002-030).
Clinical Trial Registration Number: 200901040R approved by National Taiwan University Hospital Research Ethics Committee.
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