The association of dietary and behavioral factors associated with total and cause-specific mortality
The Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian Cancer Screening Trial is a randomized, controlled trial enrolling around 155,000 participants between November 1993 and July 2001, providing a comprehensive dataset for total and cause-specific mortality. Dietary and behavioral factors are available in questionnaires, such as Baseline Questionnaire (BQ), Dietary Questionnaire (DQX) and Supplemental Questionnaire (SQX).
We plan to systematically evaluate the associations between dietary and behavioral factors (e.g., meat, coffee, tea, vegetables, and so on) and total and cause-specific mortality (including cancer mortality, cardiovascular mortality, and other mortality).
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