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Harmonized psychosocial and cancer questionnaire data from 18 cohorts, including those from the Ontario Health Study and fellow CanPath cohorts CARTaGENE and Atlantic PATH, will be analyzed to clarify the relationship between cancer risk and psychosocial factors (including depression, anxiety, and relationship status). Read the article at the Wiley Online Library

The incidence of breast cancer in women under age 50 is rising, yet the cause of this remains unknown. Approved in early 2020, a matched case-control study using data from 3 cohorts of the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health (CanPath), the Ontario Health Study, the BC Generations Project, and Alberta’s Tomorrow Project was published in

Ontario Health Study participants make up majority of those taking part in the nation-wide CanPath study (formerly the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project). A subset of OHS participants were invited to also take part in the Canadian Alliance for Healthy Hearts and Minds (CAHHM) study, which explores the early determinants and progression of cardiac and