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Assays on Blood & Urine Specimens Obtained in a Human Subject Survey on Diet & Cancer Relationships in The Peoples Republic of China (1983)

Title:

Assays on Blood & Urine Specimens Obtained in a Human Subject Survey on Diet & Cancer Relationships in The Peoples Republic of China

Key words:

China, dietary habits, environmental risk factors

Research Institution:

Cornell University

Location:

New York

Researcher:

T. Colin Campbell

Project Description:

A survey of possible causes of cancer and other diseases was undertaken in 64 mostly rural counties of the People�s Republic of China, with particular focus on dietary habits. Approximately 330 items of information were documented for 6500 adults, derived from 1) a 3-day dietary survey, 2) analyses of blood, urine, and food samples, and 3) collation of responses to questionnaires about personal lifestyles. The objective of the study was to examine the contribution of various environmental factors to disease risk in the context of the complexities of the human environment.

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