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Driving confidence in decisions: Updates to the Lhasa Carcinogenicity Database

Lhasa Limited is pleased to announce new software updates to the Lhasa Carcinogenicity Database (LCDB), a freely available source of long-term carcinogenicity data.

The LCDB was built upon the retired Carcinogenic Potency Database (CPDB) established by Lois Gold and her team. Recognising the importance of the CPDB resource, Lhasa acted to secure its long-term availability in the form of the LCDB, and has been dedicated to ongoing enhancements, ensuring its continuous development for the benefit of public health.

Discover more about the LCDB in our blog post.

Latest updates to the LCDB

To access this valuable resource, users now need to create an account. This will help Lhasa better keep users informed about new developments related to the LCDB, including future releases.

As a not-for-profit organisation, Lhasa is dedicated to maintaining continuous access to the LCDB and helping users make more confident decisions in their carcinogenicity assessments. The LCDB is available to access now!

Get in touch for further information about how Lhasa can support your carcinogenicity assessments.