In a new study published today in BMC Medicine we examined how reproductive factors influenced the risk of all-cause and cause-specific mortality in >300,000 European women that participated in the EPIC study.
A woman’s reproductive characteristics are not always thought of in terms of how they may influence her long-term health but in our […]
EPIC colleagues have been hard at work again! Here is a collection of manuscripts that have been published in the last couple of months.
EPIC researchers (see the About us section) are very active publishers. Below is a summary of some of the recent publications that have come from collaborators of EPIC data in April/May 2015. You can access the paper on pubmed.com by clicking the title of the manuscript.
Circulating prolactin and in situ breast cancer risk in […]
EPIC investigators from 10 countries and 23 centres have been collaborating for over 20 years. The success of EPIC and our longstanding future is dependent on our collaborative and supportive culture. The concept of EPIC could not have been successful without each and every one of our researchers, investigators, support staff and committee members […]