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Supplemental Material for CCSS Publications

Data sharing

The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study is a US National Cancer Institute funded resource (U24 CA55727) to promote and facilitate research among long-term survivors of cancer diagnosed during childhood and adolescence. CCSS data are publicly available on dbGaP at through its accession number phs001327.v2.p1.  and on the St Jude Survivorship Portal within the St. Jude Cloud at  In addition, utilization of the CCSS data that leverages the expertise of CCSS Statistical and Survivorship research and resources will be considered on a case-by case basis. For this utilization, a research Application Of Intent followed by an Analysis Concept Proposal must be submitted for evaluation by the CCSS Publications Committee. Users interested in utilizing this resource are encouraged to visit .  Full analytical data sets associated with CCSS publications since January of 2023 are also available on the St. Jude Survivorship Portal at

Funding: This work was supported by the National Cancer Institute (CA55727, G.T. Armstrong, Principal Investigator). Support to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital also provided by the Cancer Center Support (CORE) grant (CA21765, C. Roberts, Principal Investigator) and the American Lebanese-Syrian Associated Charities (ALSAC).

Supplemental material: Clinical and Genetic Risk Factors for Radiation-Associated Ototoxicity: A Report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study and the St. Jude Lifetime Cohort, Trendowski et al.

GWAS Results for CRT-Related Tinnitus (Supplemental Table 2)

Gene-Based Association Analysis Results for CRT-Related Tinnitus (Supplemental Table 3)

GWAS Results for CRT-Related Hearing Loss (Supplemental Table 4)

Gene-Based Association Analysis Results for CRT-Related Hearing Loss (Supplemental Table 5)

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