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Join our very first Participant Town Hall!

Feb 15, 2022 // Study Updates

OHS participants – Join our very first participant webinar happening February 24th! The OHS is one of seven regional studies that make up Canada’s largest health research platform, the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health (CanPath).  Join the Town Hall discussion to learn how your questionnaire data and blood samples are making a difference. Register today

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CanPath: Canada’s Population Platform for Personalized Medicine

Feb 15, 2022 // Study Updates

The emerging field of personalized medicine, or precision medicine, offers huge potential to help doctors tailor medical treatments to the individual, based on their medical history and personal circumstances. Read how CanPath (and the OHS, as its largest contributor) is helping researchers explore how biology, behaviours, and environmental exposures influence the development of chronic diseases

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Data from 10,000 OHS participants studied for vaccine effectiveness

Feb 8, 2022 // Study Updates

Ontario Health Study investigators merited a $500,000 CIHR operating grant to relate COVID-19 antibody levels to vaccine effectiveness by looking at COVID-19 infection levels, hospitalization rates and deaths in vaccinated OHS participants. They will also assess how immune response to vaccination varies by: Type of vaccine (AstraZeneca, Pfizer or Moderna) including mixed doses Number of

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Machine learning models using OHS data can help detect risk of Acute Myeloid Leukemia years earlier

Dec 2, 2021 // Study Updates

In this 2021 presentation, Kimberly Skead, a PhD student and coordinator of the Canadian Data Integration Centre, and Philip Awadalla, the Executive Director of the Ontario Health Study, provide insight into why some people develop a type of leukemia while others do not, despite an age-related increase in mutations in blood cells in the European

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