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All data collection and testing for the FMMP was done maintaining strict confidentiality and security of the information. Participants were assigned an ID number and the ID was used (rather than name) on all forms and test results when feasible.
On January 13, 2010, Judge Spiegel approved a custodial agreement between the class of community residents and the University of Cincinnati to maintain the FMMP records and develop the FMMP data and biospecimens into a national resource for studies
of uranium and radiation exposure, and other medical studies such as those which will identify biomarkers of high risk of cancer or other diseases.
Scientific data or medical information may be analyzed and presented at scientific meetings or in professional journals so that the research findings from the Fernald Community Cohort may be useful to others. However, presentation of results will
not include names or other identifying information which may compromise the right to privacy. Every reasonable effort shall be made to ensure anonymity.
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