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The Ontario Health Study Newsletter, June 2022

Jun 20, 2022 // OHS Newsletter

In this issue: • Is there a link between some physically demanding jobs and a risk for lung cancer?  • Confluence Project aims to double sample sizes of international study • A 10+ year update on Canada’s largest health research platform • Why isn’t there an accepted COVID antibody range?  • Why did you participate

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The Ontario Health Study Newsletter, November 2021

Nov 30, 2021 // OHS Newsletter

In this issue: International PSY-CA study uses OHS data on depression An update on the COVID-19 Antibody Study Students get hands-on experience with synthetic dataset Town Hall Event February 24, 2022 Huge global research platform now contains OHS data Maybe your job is setting you up for eczema or psoriasis Why did you participate in

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The Ontario Health Study Newsletter, July 2021

Jul 4, 2021 // OHS Newsletter

In this issue: Single shot of mRNA vaccine produces short term antibody levels 1.5 times greater than AstraZeneca, early results show From symptoms to severity, your COVID-19 questionnaire data are being used! Lab expected to analyze more than 8,000 blood spot samples for antibodies Whole genome sequencing will help researchers study disease development Cancer in

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The Ontario Health Study Newsletter, December 2020

Dec 7, 2020 // OHS Newsletter

In this issue: Coming soon – We want a blood sample! It’s a lot bigger than just our COVID-19 Questionnaire More than 40,000 contribute to ongoing COVID-19 research Check out how your data will be used Future blood tests could detect cancer years earlier Staying in touch Keeping an eye on your privacy Why did

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