The CPTP Cohort

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The Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project (CPTP) aims to support leading edge Canadian and international research that investigates environmental, lifestyle and genetic factors related to the development and progression of cancer and chronic diseases.

The Partnership brings together five Canadian regional cohorts: BC Generations Project, Alberta's Tomorrow Project, Ontario Health Study, CARTaGENE (Quebec) and the Atlantic Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health. More than 300,000 Canadians aged 30 to 74 have enrolled in the CPTP since 2008. In addition to contributing information on their lifestyle and health, subsets of participants have contributed biological samples, comprised of more than 150,000 DNA-containing biosamples (including at least 135,000 venous blood samples), 101,000 urine samples, and 31,000 toenail samples (as of March 2015).

Alberta's Tomorrow Project (Alberta)

Alberta's Tomorrow Project (ATP) is a longitudinal study tracking the health of 55,000 adults aged 35 to 69 years in this western Canadian province.... Read more

Atlantic PATH (Atlantic Region)

The Atlantic PATH is a long-term research project investigating environmental, lifestyle and genetic factors related to the development of cancer in Atlantic Canada (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador).

BC Generations Project (British Columbia)

The BC Generations Project (BCGP) is a major health research project investigating environmental, lifestyle and genetic factors in the development of cancer and other chronic diseases in British Columbia, Canada.

 

CARTaGENE (Quebec)

CARTaGENE is a long-term cohort study investigating environmental, lifestyle and genetic factors in the development of cancer and other chronic diseases in Québec, Canada.

Ontario Health Study (Ontario)

The Ontario Health Study (OHS) is a prospective cohort study that will serve as a platform for investigating environmental, lifestyle, clinical, and molecular and/or genetic factors that potentially affect the risk of developing cancer and other chronic diseases.... Read more