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Catch the most recent news and updates about what's going on with the Comprehensive Epidemiologic Data Resource (CEDR) program right here!

New Datasets added to CEDR!

The analytic files, LAB22A01, for Mortality among Workers at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, Employed 1943-1980 are immediately accessible to authorized users.

ICD Codes available under Help

The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) Codes for version 1 thru 10 have been made available on the CEDR website under the Help menu. While most ICD Codes used in CEDR use versions 8, 9 and 10, CEDR has included all ICD Codes for historical purposes. These codes are immediately available and can be downloaded without an active account.

CEDR 2021 Printable Catalog out now!

CEDR is excited to make available a printable catalog describing the CEDR program, its history and all of the data currently accessible on the CEDR website. While the CEDR website will always contain the most up to date information, having the catalog will let you explore all of CEDR’s datasets. The catalog is also a searchable PDF which may help you find the datasets you are looking for. Check it out!

New Datasets added to CEDR!

The analytic file, MCG19A01 the follow-up mortality analysis of the Mallinckrodt uranium processing workers between 1942 and 2012, was recently loaded to CEDR. The supporting working dataset, MCG19W01, was also loaded to CEDR. These datasets are immediately accessible to authorized users.

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