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A University of Calgary epidemiologist is using data from Ontario Health Study (OHS) participants to explore how environmental or lifestyle factors could be associated with breast cancer in younger women. Dr. Darren Brenner recently gained approval to study the de-identified data for female participants who were ages 35 to 50 and cancer-free at the time they

A new funding opportunity from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) is available to support research that uses existing cohort data, administrative datasets and data platforms that link to or allow access to datasets from multiple sources. Among the data sets that the CHIR wants to see used are those of the Canadian Partnership for

Data and samples from the Ontario Health Study will be used to research a range of health conditions that increase the risk of serious disease. Read the media release to find out more.