Subseries 6.2 - Population (Prevalence) Studies

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UTA 1480-6-6.2

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Population (Prevalence) Studies

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  • 1976 – [ca. 1993] (Creation)

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0.48m of textual material

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Series contains records documenting research performed as part of the Toronto McMaster Lipid Research Clinics Population (Prevalence) Studies. Comprised of a number of individual studies, the project analyzed data from more than 8,200 subjects from both Hamilton and Toronto over two visits. Material within the series includes progress reports from the initial visits in addition to representing specific component studies. Component studies included in the sub-series are morbidity and mortality follow-up studies, high-density lipoproteins triglyceride (HDL-TG) risk factor analysis, and the Toronto Hamilton Comparison Study. Records includes data, notes, correspondence, typescripts and tables.

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Files in this sub-series are restricted and subject to the Personal Health Information Act and the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act

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B2017-0005/003(32) -B2017-0005/004(23)

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