After Breast Cancer Pooling Project
Examine the role of physical activity, adiposity, dietary factors, supplement use, and quality of life in breast cancer prognosis.
- Year created
- Types of cohorts
- Patient/disease cohort
- United States of America
- Criteria of cohort's to be included
- Included cohorts were required to have cancer treatment data, detailed post-diagnosis diet and lifestyle data (including weight gain, body mass index (BMI), physical activity, and vitamin supplement use), and active follow-up for breast cancer outcomes.
- Health topic
- Public health
- General epidemiology
- Socio-environmental context
- Minimum age
- Maximum age
Methodology for harmonization and integration
- Strategy of harmonization
- Data processing methods
- Type of infrastructure
- Data are in different locations
- Integrative data analysis
- Pooled analyses
- Supplementary information
- Nechuta et al. The After Breast Cancer Pooling Project: rationale, methodology, and breast cancer survivor characteristics. Cancer Causes Control (2011) 22:1319–1331 DOI: 10.1007/s10552-011-9805-9
- With harmonized data
- Will more cohorts be harmonized?
- Number of harmonized variables (max.)
- Availability of metadata
- Availability of individual data
No coverage data about the variables classifications are available.