Anne C M Thiébaut

Anne C M Thiébaut
French Institute of Health and Medical Research | Inserm · UMR1181, Biostatistics, Biomathemtcis, Pharmacoepidemiology and Infectious Diseases (B2PHI)

PhD, MS, MPH

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October 2009 - December 2014
French Institute of Health and Medical Research
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Background: Available treatments for Parkinson's disease (PD) are only partially or transiently effective. Identifying existing molecules that may present a therapeutic or preventive benefit for PD (drug repositioning) is thus of utmost interest. Objective: We aimed at detecting potentially protective associations between marketed drugs and PD t...
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Human papillomaviruses are common sexually transmitted infections, caused by a large diversity of genotypes. In the context of vaccination against a subgroup of genotypes, better understanding the role of genotype interactions and human sexual behavior on genotype dynamics is essential. Herein, we present an individual-based model that integrates r...
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Human papillomaviruses are common sexually transmitted infections, caused by a large diversity of genotypes. In the context of vaccination against a subgroup of genotypes, better understanding the role of genotype interactions and human sexual behavior on genotype ecology is essential. Herein, we present an individual-based model that integrates re...
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Introduction Better understanding how hospital staff members (HSMs), including HCWs, were contaminated by SARS-CoV-2 during the first wave can help refining the control measures, in the context of the current second wave in Europe. Methods From March 5th to May 10th 2020, the infectious diseases unit at Raymond-Poincaré teaching Hospital opened a...
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We characterized the composition and structure of the vaginal microbiota in a cohort of 149 women with genital Chlamydia trachomatis infection at baseline who were followed quarterly for 9 months post antibiotic treatment. At time of diagnosis, the vaginal microbiota was dominated by Lactobacillus iners or a diverse array of bacterial vaginosis ass...
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Background: The vaginal microbiota may modulate susceptibility to human papillomavirus (HPV), Chlamydia trachomatis, Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Mycoplasma genitalium infections. Persistent infection with a carcinogenic HPV is a prerequisite for cervical cancer, and C. trachomatis, N. gonorrheae and M. genitalium genital infections are all associate...
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Objectives New molecular techniques have allowed describing groups of bacterial communities in the vagina (community state types (CST)) that could play an important role in Chlamydia trachomatis (CT) infection. Our aim was to describe the distribution of CST in a population of young women in France. Methods A cross-sectional study was carried out...
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Background Genital infection with Chlamydia trachomatis (Ct) is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection, especially among young women. Mostly asymptomatic, it can lead, if untreated, to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), tubal factor infertility and ectopic pregnancy. Recent data suggest that Ct infections are not controlled in Fra...
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Background: The public health burden resulting from infectious diseases requires efforts in surveillance and evaluation of health care. The use of administrative health databases (AHD) and in particular the French national health insurance database (SNIIRAM) is an opportunity to improve knowledge in this field. The SNIIRAM data network (REDSIAM) w...
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Given the long latency period of pancreatic cancer, exploring the influence of early and midlife exposures will further advance our understanding of the disease. We assessed associations between diet and pancreatic cancer incidence in the National Institutes of Health (NIH)-AARP (formerly American Association of Retired Persons) Diet and Health Stu...
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Background The attributable risk (AR) measures the proportion of disease cases that can be attributed to an exposure in the population. Several definitions and estimation methods have been proposed for survival data. Methods Using simulations, we compared four methods for estimating AR defined in terms of survival functions: two nonparametric metho...
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Staphylococcus aureus nasal carriage is a risk factor for subsequent infection. Estimation of colonization duration varies widely among studies and factors influencing the time to loss of colonization remain unclear, especially the impact of antibiotics. We conducted a prospective study on patients naïve for S. aureus colonization in 4 French long-...
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Proceedings: AACR 106th Annual Meeting 2015; April 18-22, 2015; Philadelphia, PA Background: To date, the data concerning diet and pancreatic cancer risk has focused on diet assessed during adulthood. Given the long latency period of this malignancy, examining diet during adolescence and midlife may shed light on the diet - pancreatic cancer assoc...
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Author Summary Recent advances in communication technologies allow monitoring high-resolution contact networks. Close proximity interactions (CPIs) measured by wireless sensors are increasingly used to inform contact networks for the dissemination of pathogens in computational models, although empirical justification is lacking. Here, we conducted...
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Background: Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) nasal colonization is a well-established risk factor for subsequent infection and a key event in interindividual transmission. Some studies have showed an association between fluoroquinolones and MRSA colonization or infection. The present study was performed to identify specific risk...
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Few data exist on how elderly patients with colorectal cancer (CRC) are actually treated in real-life practice. Based on a national cohort, we analysed routine treatment modalities of the elderly who were diagnosed with CRC in France in 2009. The characteristics of patients and tumours and the cancer treatments received during the first year of all...
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Mucosal human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is a necessary cause of cervical cancer. Vaccine and non-vaccine genotype prevalences may change after vaccine introduction. Therefore, it appears essential to rank HPV genotypes according to their oncogenic potential for invasive cervical cancer, independently of their respective prevalences. We perform...
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Objectives: To assess the rate of metabolic testing after initiation of second-generation antipsychotics (SGA) prescription in persons initially treated by conventional mood-stabilizers (lithium or anticonvulsants, as a proxy of bipolar disorder diagnosis) and to compare the rates of metabolic testing in these persons with those in persons with in...
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A broad variety of methods for measurement error (ME) correction have been developed, but these methods have rarely been applied possibly because their ability to correct ME is poorly understood. We carried out a simulation study to assess the performance of three error-correction methods: two variants of regression calibration (the substitution me...
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OBJECTIVES: To assess the rate of metabolic testing after initiation of second-generation antipsychotics (SGA) prescription in persons initially treated by conventional mood-stabilizers (lithium or anticonvulsants, as a proxy of bipolar disorder diagnosis) and to compare the rates of metabolic testing in these persons with those in persons with ini...
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e14065 Background: More than 40% of the colorectal cancers (CRC) occur in elderly patients. Epidemiological data suggests that treatment modalities in this population differ from younger patients. We analysed the management of CRC patients in the real life in France using the French national health insurance system database. Methods: ThInDiT (Thera...
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Healthcare-associated infections due to third-generation cephalosporin-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) have become a major public health threat, especially in intensive care units (ICUs). We assessed and compared β-lactam use, the prevalence of colonization with CRE at admission and the incidence of CRE acquisition across ICUs. A cohort study wa...
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Measurement error (ME) can lead to bias in the analysis of epidemiologic studies. Here a simulation study is described that is based on data from the French Uranium Miners' Cohort and that was conducted to assess the effect of ME on the estimated excess relative risk (ERR) of lung cancer death associated with radon exposure. Starting from a scenari...
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• Metabolic disturbances represent a well-known side effect of second generation antipsychotics. However, studies comparing second generation antipsychotic drugs (SGAPs) and first generation antipsychotic drugs (FGAPs) through administrative databases have shown contrasting findings, which may be attributable to methodological differences. • The de...
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Colorectal cancer has a natural history of several decades; therefore, the diet consumed decades before diagnosis may aid in understanding this malignancy. The objective was to investigate diet during adolescence and 10 y before baseline (ages 40-61 y) in relation to colorectal cancer. Participants in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study (n = 292,797...
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Despite their controversial role, corticosteroids are often administered to patients with adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) secondary to viral pneumonia. To analyze the impact of corticosteroid therapy on outcomes of patients having ARDS associated with influenza A/H1N1 pneumonia. Patients from the French registry of critically ill patient...
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Despite the recommendation that antidepressant treatment should be continued for several months to reduce the risk of relapse/recurrence of depression, early discontinuation is frequent in naturalistic conditions. The study was aimed at exploring the impact of early discontinuation of antidepressant treatment on the risk of antidepressant re-initia...
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Objective To assess the metabolic impact of adding an antipsychotic to a mood stabilizer or switching a mood stabilizer to an antipsychotic in patients with bipolar disorder. Methods A retrospective fixed cohort study was conducted through the claims database of the French health care program for the self-employed workers. The study population con...
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The fatty acid composition of serum phospholipids has been shown to reflect dietary intakes in the previous weeks or months. However, how serum phospholipids relate to fatty acid intakes over a few years has hardly been examined. We designed a cross-sectional study within the E3N cohort, the French component of the European Prospective Investigatio...
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Previous research relating dietary fat, a modifiable risk factor, to pancreatic cancer has been inconclusive. We prospectively analyzed the association between intakes of fat, fat subtypes, and fat food sources and exocrine pancreatic cancer in the National Institutes of Health-AARP Diet and Health Study, a US cohort of 308 736 men and 216 737 wome...
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Ductal lavage has been used for risk stratification and biomarker development and to identify intermediate endpoints for risk-reducing intervention trials. Little is known about patient characteristics associated with obtaining nipple aspirate fluid (NAF) and adequate cell counts (> or =10 cells) in ductal lavage specimens from BRCA mutation carrie...
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The epidemiologic evidence for the role of alcohol use in pancreatic cancer development is equivocal. The authors prospectively examined the relation between alcohol use and risk of pancreatic cancer among 470,681 participants who were aged 50–71 years in 1995–1996 in the US National Institutes of Health-AARP Diet and Health Study. The authors iden...
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Experimental studies suggest detrimental effects of omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), and beneficial effects of omega-3 PUFAs on mammary carcinogenesis, possibly in interaction with antioxidants. However, PUFA food sources are diverse in human diets and few epidemiologic studies have examined whether associations between dietary PUFAs and...
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Epidemiologic studies have produced conflicting results with respect to an association of dietary fat with breast cancer. We aimed to investigate the association between fat consumption and breast cancer. We prospectively investigated fat consumption in a large (n = 319,826), geographically and culturally heterogeneous cohort of European women enro...
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The authors assessed the association between serum phospholipid fatty acids as biomarkers of fatty acid intake and breast cancer risk among women in the E3N Study (1989–2002), the French component of the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition. During an average of 7 years of follow-up, 363 cases of incident invasive breast can...
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International multicentre studies on diet and cancer are relatively new in epidemiological research. They offer a series of challenging methodological issues for the evaluation of the association between dietary exposure and disease outcomes, which can both be quite heterogeneous across different geographical regions. This requires considerable wor...
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The association between dietary fat and breast cancer is one of the most controversial hypotheses in nutritional epidemiology. In this editorial, the authors review the evidence from animal and human studies, including international correlation, case-control, cohort studies, intervention trials, and studies comparing dietary assessment instruments....
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The Mediterranean diet has been suggested to play a beneficial role for health and longevity. However, to our knowledge, no prospective US study has investigated the Mediterranean dietary pattern in relation to mortality. Study participants included 214,284 men and 166,012 women in the National Institutes of Health (NIH)-AARP (formerly known as the...
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To the Editors: We have read with interest the ongoing correspondence mainly between Kristal and Potter on the one hand and Willett and Hu on the other. Because the correspondence has touched on several of our publications, we would like to clarify some points raised by Willett and Hu, particularly
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Most epidemiologic studies have suggested an increased risk of breast cancer with increasing alcohol intake. Using data from 274,688 women participating in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition study (EPIC), we investigated the relation between alcohol intake and the risk of breast cancer. Incidence rate ratios (IRRs) bas...
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Although ecologic association and animal studies support a direct effect of dietary fat on the development of breast cancer, results of epidemiologic studies have been inconclusive. We prospectively analyzed the association between fat consumption and the incidence of postmenopausal invasive breast cancer in the National Institutes of Health-AARP D...
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Studies conducted in Asian populations have suggested that high consumption of soy-based foods that are rich in isoflavone phytoestrogens is associated with a reduced risk of breast cancer. However, the potential associations of other dietary phytoestrogens--i.e., the lignans or their bioactive metabolites, the enterolignans--with the risk of breas...
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EDITORIALS 1753 The relation between dietary fat and breast cancer incidence and survival remains one of the most controversial hypotheses in nutritional epidemiology, with mostly observational studies showing rather inconsistent results ( 1 – 3 ) . In this ongoing debate, results of a pertinent intervention trial are potentially highly informative...
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Introduction Phytoestrogens, plant food components with estrogen-like biological properties, are hypothesized to contribute to the 5-fold lower breast cancer incidence in Asian compared with Western countries (1). Isoflavones comprise the phytoestrogens most abundant in soy, the traditional staple food in Asia, and a recent meta-analysis concluded...
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There is current interest in fish consumption and marine omega-3 (n-3) fatty acids and breast cancer risk. Some in vitro and animal studies have suggested an inhibitory effect of marine n-3 fatty acids on breast cancer growth, but the results from epidemiological studies that have examined the association between fish consumption and breast cancer...
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Considerable experimental and epidemiological evidence suggests that elevated endogenous sex steroids - notably androgens and oestrogens - promote breast tumour development. In spite of this evidence, postmenopausal androgen replacement therapy with dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) or testosterone has been advocated for the prevention of osteoporosis...
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In a multicenter study, the overall correlation between two variables can be broken down into a within- and a between-group correlation reflecting associations at the individual and aggregate levels, respectively. A random-effects model is used to estimate variance components of nutrition-related variables and the within- and between-group correlat...
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The relationship between dietary fat, fatty acids and cancers has been debated for a long time. The difficulty to disentangle the effects of specific nutrients, in a particular food or from a similar food pattern, from one another partly explains this. In addition, the complex interaction between nutrients at the different stages of carcinogenesis...