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Longitudinal human study

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Longitudinal human study: studies following a population of humans over a period of time; it includes retrospective studies analyzing characteristics such as dietary and health habits, disease history, environment, and other factors culminating in present health status; study may use any combination of human subjects, data, tissues, etc.
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