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The AHS cohort includes 89,655 private pesticide applicators (mostly farmers), spouses of private applicators, and commercial pesticide applicators recruited in Iowa and North Carolina. Learn more about proposals for collaborations on the AHS Website.
The Chernobyl Tissue Bank (CTB) is a resource to collect, document, store, and share to bona fide researchers, biological samples donated by patients with thyroid tumors who live in the vicinity of the site of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
The Confluence project will develop a large research resource to uncover breast cancer genetics through genome-wide association studies (GWAS). The resource will include at least 300,000 breast cancer cases and 300,000 controls of different races/ethnicities. This will be accomplished by the confluence of existing GWAS and new genome-wide genotyping data to be generated through this project.
The CVT was a blinded, randomized, phase III clinical trial of the bivalent HPV 16/18 virus-like particle (VLP) vaccine developed by investigators at NCI and other research institutions, and manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals. Its aims were to evaluate vaccine efficacy, immunological correlates of long-term vaccine success and failure, and other factors of immunological and etiological interest. Learn more about how to request data and/or specimens.
Database that provides glycemic index values for common foods. Glycemic load can be calculated for each portion size of food consumed using these numbers.
The GEMINI Shared Repository (GEMShare) is a resource for investigators wishing to access data from the Golestan Cohort Study, a population-based study of approximately 50,000 adults who have been actively followed up since 2004. GEMShare includes baseline assessments of sociodemographic, lifestyle, and dietary questionnaires, and biospecimens including blood, hair, nails, and urine samples. Learn more about how to submit proposals for collaborations on the GEMINI Shared Repository (GEMShare) web portal.
Information and resources for Americans exposed to I-131 (a form of radioactive iodine) through fallout from above-ground nuclear testing in the 1950s and early 60s.
Data from the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study, the largest prospective in-depth study examining the relationship between diet, lifestyle, and cancer risk, are available for use by established researchers, and project proposals can be submitted to the NIH-AARP Diet & Health Study Tracking and Review System (STaRS) . Publication policy and acknowledgments requirements are available on the STaRS website.
NCI Cancer Atlas is a mapping tool designed to provide visualization of national cancer data. The tool enables users to create maps of cancer statistics, demographics, and risk factors for use in research. The Atlas was expanded with cancer mortality data previously available through the legacy Cancer Mortality Maps application.
The PLCO Atlas is an interactive tool that enables researchers to search for, visualize, and download aggregated association results from the PLCO genome-wide association analyses (GWAS).
TP53 Database is a source of information on TP53 variants for a broad range of scientists and clinicians who work in different research areas: cancer, functional/structural data, somatic variants, germline variants, cell lines, mouse models, and experimentally induced variants.
The VPR-CLS links data from study participants, through linkage with the National Death Index, or with queries to individual cancer registries to provide accurate and complete cancer incidence and cause-of-death ascertainment.