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Table C-1Primary articles and companion articles grouped by study name (alphabetical)

Study NamePrimary Abstracted ArticleCompanion Articles*
Cancer and Steroid Hormone (CASH) StudyGross, 19921
Gwinn, 19902
Maxwell, 20063
Schildkraut, 20024
Collaborative Ovarian Cancer Group StudyHarris, 19925Steinberg, 19976
Whittemore, 19927
Whittemore, 19928*
Whittemore, 19929*
Hartge, 199410
Horn-Ross, 199211
John, 199312
European Prospective Investigation Into Cancer and NutritionDossus, 201013
Tsilidis, 201014
Tsilidis, 201115
International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Multicentric Case-Control StudyMoreno, 200216
Hammouda, 200517
International BRCA1/2 Carrier Cohort StudyAntoniou, 200918
Brohet, 200719
Leiden Thrombophilia StudyBloemenkamp, 199520
Bloemenkamp, 200021
Malignant Ovarian (MALOVA) Cancer StudyHuusom, 2006 22
Soegaard, 200723
Myocardial Infarction Causality (MICA) StudyDunn, 199924
Dunn, 199925
Dunn, 200126
Norwegian-Swedish Women's Lifestyle and Health Cohort StudyKumle, 200427
Kumle, 200428
Nurses' Health StudyHankinson, 199529Colditz, 199430
Grodstein, 199631
Tworoger, 200732
Oxford Family Planning Association (Oxford-FPA) Contraceptive StudyMant, 199833
Vessey, 199534
Vessey, 200635
Vessey, 201036Vessey, 200337
Risk of Arterial Thrombosis in Relation to Oral Contraceptives (RATIO) StudyKemmeren, 200238
Tanis, 200139
Royal College of General Practitioners' Oral Contraceptive StudyHannaford, 199840
Hannaford, 200741Hannaford, 200542
Hannaford, 201043Beral, 199944
Shanghai Breast Cancer StudyFowke, 200445
Xu, 201146
Shanghai Textile Workers StudyRosenblatt, 200447
Rosenblatt, 200948Wernli, 200649
Gallagher, 201150
Study of Health and Reproduction (SHARE)Greer, 200551
Greer, 200552
Modugno, 200153Ness, 200054
Ness, 200055
Ness, 200156
Ness, 200055Ness, 200054
Ness, 200156
Modugno, 200153
Ness, 200156Ness, 200055
Modugno, 200153
Ness, 200054
Walker, 200257
Transnational Study on Oral Contraceptives and the Health of Young WomenHeinemann, 199758Heinemann, 199859
Spitzer, 199360*
Heinemann, 199961
Lewis, 199962Lewis, 199663
Lewis, 199664
Lewis, 199765
Lewis, 199966
Suissa, 199767Spitzer, 199668
Suissa, 200069
Women's Environment, Cancer, and Radiation Epidemiology (WECARE) StudyFigueiredo, 200870
Figueiredo, 201071
Women's Contraceptive and Reproductive Experiences (CARE) StudyFolger, 200772
Ma, 201073
Marchbanks, 200274Marchbanks, 200275*
Norman, 200376
Marchbanks, 201277Marchbanks, 200274
Lu, 201178 (Presents data from both CARE and the California Teachers Study [CTS], analyzed separately)
Women's Learning the Influence of Family and Environment (LIFE) StudyLee, 200879
Ma, 200680
World Health Organization Collaborative Study of Cardiovascular Disease and Steroid Hormone ContraceptionAnonymous, 199581Anonymous, 199582*
Anonymous, 199583
Anonymous, 199684
Anonymous, 199685
Anonymous, 199786
Anonymous, 199887
Chang, 199988
World Health Organization Collaborative Study of Neoplasia and Steroid ContraceptivesRosenblatt, 199289
Thomas, 199190
*

Companion articles marked with an asterisk did not individually meet criteria for inclusion but were considered for supplemental information (e.g., methods data pertinent to an included study).

Companion articles marked with an asterisk did not individually meet criteria for inclusion but were considered for supplemental information (e.g., methods data pertinent to an included study).

From: Appendix C, Included Studies

Cover of Oral Contraceptive Use for the Primary Prevention of Ovarian Cancer
Oral Contraceptive Use for the Primary Prevention of Ovarian Cancer.
Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 212.
Havrilesky LJ, Gierisch JM, Moorman PG, et al.

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