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Cary, NC - April 26, 2013
The CEO Roundtable on Cancer and its Life Sciences Consortium presented the inaugural Charles A. Sanders Life Sciences Awards to Hogan Lovells, Sanofi and SAS, in recognition of their innovative and collaborative work on Project Data Sphere.
Cary, NC - October 11, 2012
The CEO Roundtable on Cancer’s Life Sciences Consortium has initiated Project Data Sphere, a collaborative effort to create a shared platform where clinical trials data will become available to researchers for further studies that will speed cancer research. Project Data Sphere is bringing life sciences organizations, health advocacy groups, medical data standards organizations, contract research companies, universities, and technology providers together to create a data sharing environment that aims to honor patient participation in research trials by using historic research findings to aid in developing more effective therapies for future patients.
Increased Public-Private Partnerships, Expanded Role for NCI Needed to Hasten New Cancer Treatments, Reports “The Oncologist”
CEO Roundtable on Cancer Offers "Common Language" to Jump Start Cancer Clinical Trials - Partnership with National Cancer Institute, academic centers and industry could speed new therapies to cancer patients.