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We’ve already started data analysis for the following studies.
CRONOS+ was a digital study for pregnant women conducted in cooperation with the German Society for Perinatal Medicine (DGPM). We asked questions throughout the pregnancy to learn more about how COVID-19 affects the health of pregnant women and their unborn children.
Data4Life organized the "COVID-19 Study for Vaccinated and Non-Vaccinated Adults," or eCOV study for short, to better understand the impact of Corona vaccines. Individuals over the age of 16 were eligible to participate in the digital study - regardless of whether they already had COVID-19 or had already been vaccinated.Find out more
Data4Life is conducting the FeMFit study together with gynecologist and professor of digital health Dr. Maike Henningsen. The feasibility study aims to find out to what extent wearables and questionnaires can be combined in the field of female health to enable the collection of valid digital data on menstrual cycles.
The ACCEPT study is for patients with colorectal cancer and a collaboration with the Department of General and Visceral Surgery at Ulm University Hospital. We are conducting the study to find out how patients feel after colorectal cancer surgery and to help improve treatment before, during, and after surgery.