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Dr. Freedman is the Clinical and Translational Epidemiology Branch Chief of the Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program, part of the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute of NIH. We are happy to have him on our Board and look forward to his valuable input as we start profiling genetic databases and biobanks this year.

Our 270th and 271st DB profiles are Health Nutrition & Population Statistics (HNPS) Database (USA) and the German Health Risk Institute (HRI) Database (Germany). • HNPS is a comprehensive database of health, nutrition and population statistics started by the World Bank in 1960. The database includes 214 world economies with over 250 health and socioeconomic indicators. • The German HRI was established in 2011 to pool healthcare claims data from statutory health insurance, and its database currently covers over 6 million Germans since 2008.

Our 271st and 272nd DB profiles belong to the Health Nutrition & Population Statistics (HNPS) Database (USA) and the German Health Risk Institute (HRI) Database (Germany).

HNPS is a comprehensive database of health, nutrition and population started by the World Bank in 1960.  The database includes 214 world economies with over 250 indicators.

Our first profile from Iran, Tabriz Registry of Congenital Anomalies (TRoCA), is our 41st registry with birth defect data. TRoCA is a hospital-based registry in the city of Tabriz and includes births and children in the northwest of Iran. Approximately 15,000 births are added to the registry annually. As a subscriber you can search different databases from around the world that collect birth defect data – compare them side-by-side and create your own collection.

The Kantar Health Epi Database® is our 269th database profile and provides epidemiology data with estimates from 2005 to 2040 for the G7 countries plus six key emerging countries.

View our entire database listing of all 269 database profiles from 36 countries or contact us for more information regarding our compilation of database profiles.

Did you know our subscribers have access to a comprehensive alphabetized Glossary for terms used in the database profiles? Definitions for our 75 database fields are included, along with definitions for various coding systems from ABDA Datenbanken to Z-index!

We are having a great time at ICPE this year and even had a visit from Dr. Ulf Bergman, one of our Advisory Board members from Sweden. Stop by Booth#15 to enter our drawing for FREE Access or try your own database search.

From the United States: Global Registry of Acute Coronary Events (GRACE);

From Israel: Maccabi Healthcare Services (MHS) Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD) Registry;

From Spain: The Information System for the Development of Research in Primary Care (SIDIAP);

The Texas Cancer Registry collection dates back to 1995 and is one of the largest cancer registries in the United States. Approximately 250,000 reports of cancer are received annually from over 500 hospitals, cancer treatment centers, ambulatory surgery centers, and pathology laboratories located throughout the state. Log in to read more about this registry.

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