Les publications qui suivent sont des exemples de recherches rendues possibles grâce aux données de CanPath et de ses cohortes régionales.


Stage shifting by modifying the determinants of breast cancer stage at diagnosis: a simulation study

Auteurs : Gyanendra Pokharel, Qinggang Wang, Momtafin Khan, Paula J. Robson, Lorraine Shack, Karen A. Kopciuk

The researchers sought to understand how lifestyle factors influence the stage at which breast cancer is diagnosed. Using data from 492 participants in Alberta’s Tomorrow Project, they found that increasing dietary protein intake and reducing energy intake had the most significant impact. This suggests that minor lifestyle adjustments could potentially increase the rate of early-stage diagnoses by 12%, thereby informing cancer prevention strategies.

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