BACKGROUND: The Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project was the first federally funded study of environmental causes of breast cancer.
What does LIBCSP stand for?
LIBCSP stands for Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project (Connecticut and New York study; National Cancer Institute)
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- Lebanese International Businessmen Associations' Network
- Long Island Beach Buggy Association (Patchogue, NY)
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- Life Is Better Because of You
- Lebanese International Business Council
- Leiden Institute for Brain and Cognition (Leiden University; Netherlands)
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- Long Island Bicycle Club (est. 1975; New York)
- Lost in Inflammatory Breast Cancer (growth factor binding protein)
- Lummi Indian Business Council (Bellingham, WA)
- Laser-Induced Breakdown Detection
- Laser-Induzierte Breakdown Detektion (German: Laser-Induced Breakdown Detection)
- Long Island Business Development Council
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- Lymphocytic Infiltration into Biliary Epithelial Cell
- Library of the Institute of Economics
- Ligue des Bibliotheques Europeennes de Recherche (French: Association of European Research Libraries)
- Light Rail Thematic Network (EU)
- US NASA Shuttle Recovery Vessel
- Livingstone Institute of Business and Engineering Studies (Zambia)
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A study in conjunction with the Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project (Stellman et al.
The papers report results of the two primary hypotheses of the Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project (LIBCSP), a population-based study conducted in New York's Nassau and Suffolk Counties among more than 3,000 women.
Sandler says retrospective and case-control studies such as the Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project and the Carolina Breast Cancer Study have the advantage of including large numbers of breast cancer cases, but because they are retrospective, they may not accurately characterize levels of exposure prior to the onset of breast cancer.