Project Data Sphere  News
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    The Prostate Cancer DREAM Challenge will be launching on March 16, 2015; To pre-register and learn more, please visit:

    March 3 at 11:52 AM

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    This week, nearly 400 additional patient lives from two different Phase III oncology trials in breast cancer have been made available in the Project Data Sphere® platform. Pfizer has uploaded the following two studies: - A Phase III, Randomized, Multi-Center Study of Sunitinib Malate or Capecitabine in Subjects with Advanced Breast Cancer who failed both a taxane and an anthracycline chemotherapy regimen or who failed with a taxane regimen and for whom further anthracycline therapy is not indicated - A Study Of Sunitinib in Combination with Capecitabine Compared with Capecitabine in Patients with Breast Cancer

    February 23 at 8:15 AM

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    The Project Data Sphere initiative has a new data provider - Eli Lilly and Company! Lilly has uploaded a Small Cell Lung Cancer data set with 455 patients in the comparator arm. The primary objective of this study is to compare the overall survival of previously untreated patients with ED-SCLC.

    To view this data set, visit "Access Data". Additionally, as with all data sets on the Project Data Sphere platform, you may use the SASŪ analytic tools provided free of charge to view and analyze this data.

    February 4 at 9:14 AM

Researchers are working tirelessly and new advances are constantly being discovered, yet every day, tens of thousands of our loved ones lose their battle with cancer. Sadly, we're losing nearly the same number of people today as we were 40 years ago. With researchers working independently, we're simply not finding solutions quickly enough.

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

The Project Data Sphere  initiative provides an easy-to-use platform built to share, integrate, and analyze comparator arms of historical cancer trial data sets so we can learn from them and accelerate research. The Project Data Sphere  platform is available to researchers affiliated with life science companies, hospitals, and institutions, as well as independent researchers.

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.

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