AACR Project GENIE: More Data, More Participants, and More Progress

AACR Project Genomics Evidence Neoplasia Information Exchange (GENIE) recently hit another milestone: the public release of a fourth dataset, which comes on the heels of three prior public data releases, an expansion of the number of participating institutions, and a recent publication, which was among the most read articles in JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics in July, according to the publisher.

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The Fuzzy Factor: Striving to Protect Patient Privacy in Big Data Sets

A major objective of former Vice President Joe Biden’s National Cancer Moonshot Initiative is breaking down silos and sharing cancer patients’ data across centers. This path is critical to bringing new dimensions to understanding the molecular biology of cancer, leading to the rapid identification of new therapeutic targets and accelerated development of molecularly informed cancer therapeutics.

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AACR In the News

The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) has appeared in numerous publications lately, showcasing the breadth of our mission to prevent and cure all cancer. News stories have featured scientific research, interviews with AACR leadership, and a first-person account of cancer’s financial toll.

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With Push to Advance Cancer Research, Technology Plays Vital Role in Vice President Biden’s Cancer Initiative

Whether cures for cancer are realized through personalized medicine, cancer vaccines, immunotherapy, or a combination of these or other developments, the panelists in Davos confirmed that the technology that allows researchers to collaborate will play a leading role.

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