AGORA data en bio bank

In 2004, the Radboudumc Amalia Children’s hospital, together with the Radboudumc Department for Health Evidence and Human Genetics, initiated the AGORA data- and bio bank. AGORA collects data on genetic and environmental risk factors for congenital anomalies and childhood cancers. The ultimate goal of AGORA is to prevent certain anomalies from occurring.

All information gathered for the SOFIA study is will be stored in the AGORA data- and bio bank. This ensures the data is stored safely and can be used for future research. For more information on AGORA visit the website:


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