What Makes a Fit-for-Purpose Database for Clinical Oncology Research?

A fit-for-purpose database includes key variables, reliable and accurate data, and representative samples that can be used to draw meaningful conclusions. RWD can be highly valuable in supporting clinical oncology research, but choosing the right data is essential. The keys to finding the right fit-for-purpose database include relevance, reliability, integrity, and bias.

Early Detection Saves Lives: A Real World Breast Cancer Story

When it comes to cancer, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions out there. But the one thing is for certain: cancer can affect anyone, at any time, and from any background. Hear from one of our own about their battle with breast cancer and how early detection helped them defeat cancer.

Envisioning the Future of Regulation for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

As artificial intelligence revolutionizes healthcare, we must develop a regulatory framework to ensure ethical use of patient data for research and care delivery. But, what should those guardrails look like, and how will we deploy them across the life sciences and clinical care industries? Miruna Sasu shares her thoughts on AI in healthcare and its efficacy with patient data.

New Findings Released – RWE Pilot 2.0 Project

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Friends of Cancer Research leads collaborative effort including COTA and nine other organizations to advance the collective understanding in applications of real-world data. New findings reveal further insights in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) with a particular focus on novel treatment strategies.