Dataset

Description

OncoLifeS Living well as Cancer Survivor. OncoLifeS comprises an infrastructure in which the clinical data (including data on risk factors and comorbidity) and biomaterials of all patients with an oncological diagnosis including follow-up are systematically recorded. The aim of the infrastructure is to facilitate research aimed to gain insight into the effects of patient characteristics, the underlying malignant disease process (both molecular biologically and clinically), the treatment on the short and long-term effects on the disease process and other organ functions. The infrastructure of the OncoLifeS oncological databiobank provides opportunities for research on the molecular biological and environmental factors that are associated with the presence of cancer, but also for research on the effectiveness of the treatment and the possible (late) unwanted side-effects. Patients with an oncological diagnosis who are treated within the UMCG after consent (Informed consent) are included, registered and followed. The intention is to collect a well-defined and limited set within the context of care for a larger group of patients. Data are collected on patient and disease characteristics, treatment, and patient reported outcome measures. Biomaterials are collected as well as follow-up data. There is an option to perform a more extensive data collection for a shorter or longer period of time. Patients with an oncological diagnosis who are treated within the UMCG after consent (Informed consent) are included, registered and followed. The intention is to collect a well-defined and limited set within the context of care for a larger group of patients. Data are collected on patient and disease characteristics, treatment, and patient reported outcome measures. Biomaterials are collected as well as follow-up data. There is an option to perform a more extensive data collection for a shorter or longer period of time.

Biological samples (Plasma, Serum, Urine, Tissue, paraffin preserved tissue, Cryo preservation), Medical Records of male and female participants (n=2200), 18 years of age and older.

A research proposal must be submitted by using the OncoLifeS Template Study Protocol, which can be requested from OncoLifeS (j.nagel@umcg.nl) the science board OncoLifeS will issue an advice to the steering committee about this, after which the biobank manager can proceed to issue.
Date made available2018
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Geographical coverageNetherlands
Access to the dataset Restricted
Contact researchdata@rug.nl

    Keywords on Datasets

  • malignant disease, cancer, patient characteristics, treatment, patient reported outcome, Health, Medical sciences, cancer survivor

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