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Table 1 Items collected during the phone interview

From: Studying the impact of early life exposures to pesticides on the risk of testicular germ cell tumors during adulthood (TESTIS project): study protocol

Categories Cases and controls Mothers (or closest relatives)
General information Medical history and long term treatments (childhood); Birth characteristics; Geographical origin; Socio-economic status Medical history (mother); Treatments during pregnancy; Age and morphology at birth; Birth characteristics (son); Socio-economic status
Occupational exposures Entire job history (+tasks and company name and addresses); Specific questions on pesticides, solvents, welding fumes, heavy metals and plastic exposures Job history from the beginning to the 17 years of the son (mother)/job history from 1 year before the conception to the 17 years of the son (father); Specific questions on pesticides, solvents, welding fumes, heavy metals and plastic exposures
Environmental exposures Whole residential history and households characteristics; Addresses of schools Residential history from 1 year before son’s conception to the 17 years of the son
Domestic exposures Domestic use of pesticides gardening, pet treatment, indoor usage of insecticides or fungicides, and lice treatment (at puberty) Domestic use of pesticides gardening, pet treatment, indoor usage of insecticides or fungicides, and lice treatment (son: perinatal period and at puberty)
Lifestyle Smoking status; Drug use; Physical activity Smoking status; Drug use