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Research Programs
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MECC - Molecular and Environmental Epidemiology of Colorectal Cancer in Israel
The aim of this study is to evaluate the causes of colorectal cancer in the Israeli population and to study the interaction between behavioral and environmental risk factors and between a variety of genetic events in the causation of this disease.
BCA - Molecular and Environmental Epidemiology of Breast Cancer in Israel
The aim of this study is to evaluate the causes of breast cancer in the Israeli population and to study the interaction between behavioral and environmental risk factors and between a variety of genetic events in the causation of this disease.
GYNCA - Molecular and Environmental Epidemiology of Gynecological Cancer in Israel
The aim of this study is to evaluate the causes of gynecological cancers (mainly endometrial and ovarian cancers) in the Israeli population and to study the interaction between behavioral and environmental risk factors and between a variety of genetic events in the causation of these diseases.
LCA - Molecular and Environmental Epidemiology of Lung Cancer in Israel
The aim of this study is to evaluate the causes of lung cancer in the Israeli population and to study the interaction between behavioral and environmental risk factors (mainly smoking) and a functional test of base excision repair capacity as well as a variety of genetic events in the causation of this disease.
MAMMO - Evaluation of the National Breast Cancer Screening Program
This study follows the outcomes of the National Screening Program (National Israeli Breast Cancer Screening Program)and evaluates the short- and long-term performance of the program.
Evaluation of Colorectal Cancer Screeing in Israel
HPV - Israeli Papilloma Virus Prevalence Study
The study evaluates the prevalence of genital infection with HPV in different subgroups of Israeli women, as a basis for recommendations of tailored cervical cancer screening in Israel.
BRCA - Environment and Gene Interactions and Breast Cancer Study
This study evaluates breast and ovarian cancer risk factors among BRCA gene carriers and non-carriers from the Familial Cancer Consultation Service.
Adherence to Cancer Screening and Cancer Genetic Testing Recommendations in Israel
This study evaluates the adherence rates of the Israeli population to the recommendations in the field of cancer screening, as well as the recommendations to carriers of cancer genes, and intends to detect barriers to such activities in specific populations. Criscom WebSite
Genetic Markers in Stool for the Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer
This study evaluates the role of k-ras identified in stool from fecal occult blood test (FOBT) kits, in improving the positive predictive value of the detection process.
Characteristics of Chronic Diseases in Israel
This study evaluates the chronic disease prevalence among insurees of Clalit Health Services in Israel. Disease rates are evaluated among other, by age, sex, religion, origin, immigration status and geographical residence.
Finished Studies
The Israeli Chernobyl Health Effects Study (ICHES)
This study evaluates the possible health consequences of the exposure to radiation released during the April 1986 accident in the nuclear site at Chernobyl, Ukraine.
Natural History of Breast Cancer Study
This study aims at studying the survival patterns of BRCA1 and BRCA2 carriers compared to non-carriers in an historical cohort of women diagnosed with breast cancer in Israel.
Clinical Practice Study
Re-hospitalizations in Internal Medicine Wards Study

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