Cancer Research in Ancient Bodies:
Authors: Kathryn Hunt, Casey Kirkpatrick, Roselyn Campbell, Jennifer Willoughby
The CRAB Database is a living collection of information regarding the published and disseminated evidence of cancer in skeletal or preserved soft tissue remains of humans and human ancestors who lived before 1900 CE. It will continue to be updated with new published evidence, and adjusted to reflect the most recently recovered information.
All data reflected in the Database was directly derived from published peer-reviewed articles, bioarchaeological reports, conference papers, and reference books, and does not reflect the academic opinions of the Database authors.
If you would like to suggest bioarchaeological evidence of cancer in humans or human ancestors that is currently not included in the CRAB Database, or would like to suggest a correction, please fill out this contact form.
The CRAB Database was last updated November 3, 2017. To access the database, please click here.
CRAB Database citation: Hunt, K., Kirkpatrick, C., Campbell, R., Willoughby, J. (2017) Cancer Research In Ancient Bodies (CRAB) Database. Retrieved from http://www.cancerantiquity.org/crabdatabase