Women's Healthy Eating and Living (WHEL) Study

  • John P. Pierce (Creator)
  • Loki Natarajan (Creator)
  • Bette Caan (Creator)
  • Barbara A. Parker (Creator)
  • E. Robert Greenberg (Creator)
  • Shirley W. Flatt (Creator)
  • Cheryl L. Rock (Creator)
  • Sheila Kealey (Creator)
  • Wael K. Al-Delaimy (Creator)
  • Wayne A. Bardwell (Creator)
  • R. Carlson (Creator)
  • Jennifer A. Emond (Creator)
  • Susan Faerber (Creator)
  • Ellen B. Gold (Creator)
  • Richard A. Hajek (Creator)
  • Kathryn Hollenbach (Creator)
  • Lovell A. Jones (Creator)
  • Njeri Karanja (Creator)
  • Lisa Madlensky (Creator)
  • James R. Marshall (Creator)
  • Vicky A. Newman (Creator)
  • Cheryl Ritenbaugh (Creator)
  • Cynthia A Thomson (Creator)
  • Linda Wasserman (Creator)
  • Marcia L. Stefanick (Creator)
  • Fred A. Wright (Creator)
  • Vicky Jones (Creator)
  • Mary Haan (Creator)
  • Ronald G. Thomas (Creator)
  • Elizabeth A. Gilpin (Creator)
  • John P. Pierce (Creator)
  • M. L. Stefanick (Creator)
  • Cynthia Thomson (Creator)



The Women's Healthy Eating & Living (WHEL) Study was an NIH-supported clinical trial. In compliance with the terms and conditions of NIH's Data Sharing Policy as well as to promote the concept of data sharing, these data are being made publicly available. Also in accordance with NIH policy, the datasets include only de-identified data and documentation. All personally identifiable health information such as dates or study sites has been removed in accordance with the HIPAA privacy rule. The Women's Healthy Eating and Living (WHEL) Study was a multisite randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of a high-vegetable, low-fat diet, aimed at markedly raising circulating carotenoid concentrations from food sources, in reducing additional breast cancer events and early death in women with early-stage invasive breast cancer (within 4 years of diagnosis).
Date made available2016
PublisherUC San Diego Library Digital Collections

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