Pre-diagnosis diet and survival after a diagnosis of ovarian cancer
Mary C Playdon, Christina M Nagle, Torukiri I Ibiebele, Leah M Ferrucci, Melinda M Protani, Jonathan Carter, Simon E Hyde, Deborah Neesham, James L Nicklin, Susan T Mayne, Penelope M Webb
British Journal of Cancer | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2017
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Awarded by National Cancer Institute Cancer Prevention Training Grant
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We acknowledge the members of the AOCS Group, including all the clinical and scientific collaborators, participating institutions, study nurses, and research assistants (see http://www.aocstudy.org/ for a complete listing), and thank all of the women who participated in the study. We also acknowledge staff at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare for conducting the linkage to the Australian National Death Index and Maria Celia Hughes from the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute for preparation of the dietary data. The Australian Ovarian Cancer Study was supported by the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (DAMD17-01-1-0729), the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia (Grants 400281, 400413, and 199600), the Cancer Councils of Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania, and the Cancer Foundation of Western Australia. MCP was supported by National Cancer Institute Cancer Prevention Training Grant T32 CA105666, MMP by an Australian Postgraduate Award, CMN and TII by NHMRC Program Grant #552429, and PMW by a fellowship from the NHMRC. Funders had no role in the design, analysis, or writing of this article. The opinions and conclusions expressed in this article are solely the views of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Food and Drug Administration (STM).