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Unlike earlier studies, researchers from the Danish Cancer Society, the International Epidemiology Institute and Vanderbilt University followed their 420,095 subjects, some of whom started using the phones in 1982, for a minimum of seven years, to a maximum of 21 years.
Serum Protein Profiles among African American and White Women at Elevated Risk for Breast Cancer -- By Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Meharry Medical College, and International Epidemiology Institute -- Komen Foundation funding: $500,000 over two years -- This project leverages the existing study population participating in the Southern Community Cohort Study (SCCS) to evaluate whether there are differences in serum proteomic profiles that differentiate women at low and high risk for the development of breast cancer.
The International Epidemiology Institute in Maryland, USA, said the study is purely speculative but suggests a parallel between prostate and breast cancer.
This study was financed by a grant from the International Epidemiology Institute, an independent biomedical research organization, which in turn received funding from a grant provided by a group of current and former manufacturers of welding consumables.
issued the following statement regarding today's release of the article "Reconstructive Breast Implantation After Mastectomy for Breast Cancer" in the journal Archives of Surgery (December 2005): "The study published today by researchers from the International Epidemiology Institute, and funded by Dow Corning, provides important information about the high complication rate for silicone gel breast implants used for reconstruction after breast cancer.
McLaughlin International Epidemiology Institute Rockville, Maryland E-mail: boice@iei.