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What if we could share, integrate, and analyze our collective historical cancer research data in a single location?

Cancer researchers are working tirelessly and remarkable discoveries have been made, yet every year, 8.2 million lives are lost to cancer around the world.

Sadly, we're losing nearly the same number of people today as we were 40 years ago. With researchers working independently and with fewer resources, we're simply not finding solutions quickly enough.

The true power of this platform will come from an ever increasing volume of data and the continuing engagement of a diverse global community focused on finding solutions for cancer patients. Imagine what will happen when the entire cancer community joins efforts.