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Accompanying evaluation of innovative tests for early detection of colorectal cancer


CAncEr Survivorship - A multi-Regional (CAESAR) study  



Population-based case-control study on changes of prevention in colorectal cancer by endoscopic screening examinations



Improving diabetes care in general practice: randomized trial and prospective cohort study


Epidemiologic study assessing chances of prevention and early detection of various chronic diseases including cancer among older adults
Part I
Population-based longitudinal study including about 10,000 older adults


Epidemiologic study assessing chances of prevention and early detection of various chronic diseases including cancer among older adults
Part II
Clinical-epidemiological study including more than 2,000 cancer patients



Longitudinal study assessing determinants of long term prognosis after in-patient rehabilitation and possibilities to improve secondary prevention among patients with coronary heart disease


Longitudinal study with follow-up of about 10,000 patients undergoing screening colonoscopy for up to 15 years.



MIRANDA study (German name: "Mit dabei: Reha nach Darmkrebs")





Optimization of polypharmacy in geriatric oncology.

PEARL study

The PEARL study is a large, nationwide study from Germany that specifically investigates the risk factors of colorectal cancer in the age group below 50 years.

With the findings from this study, new and effective strategies together will be developed with the other partners of the PEARL Consortium to better prevent colorectal cancer in the age group 18-49 years in the future.



Personalized Vitamin D Supplementation for Reducing or Preventing Fatique and Enhancing Quality of Life of Patients with Colorectal Tumor: Randomized Intervention Trial.

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