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value of participation increases with each surveyPeriodic surveys provide valuable information to the study about exposure to radiation, health outcomes, and other factors that may affect health. Each survey that you complete adds to information already gathered, increasing the value of the data to the study.

Some participants are also adding value to the study by providing blood or saliva samples that are being used to help us understand the role of genetics, alone or in combination with radiation, and health.

Participants reporting a cancer diagnosis, including skin cancer, are adding value to the study by allowing review of medical records about their cancer diagnosis.

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