Enhanced Data Sharing

Cancer Research Ideas - Enhanced Data Sharing (Archived)

Sharing data among investigators and institutions is essential for building on the cancer research progress made so far, but many barriers to effective sharing exist. Barriers can arise from technological or infrastructural limitations (data are stored on different systems or are generated by different methods, making them incompatible). Poor access or participation can also be a barrier (some data may not be shared, and some researchers may not be able to access or analyze even data that are publicly available).

The submission period for Enhanced Data Sharing ideas ended on July 1. However, we encourage you to sign up for regular e-mail updates about the National Cancer Moonshot Initiative at the Cancer Moonshot Milestones web page.

(@amandahaddock)

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Learn from Existing Efforts

Many of the posts here discuss the same kinds of problems, and nearly all of these issues are already being addressed by the pilot program of CBTTC.org. They've built an open access infrastructure that will support both data sharing and research.

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(@reidt03)

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Queryable and annotatable PACS

Expand PACS to allow federated data analyses, annotation and cross-linking of image subvolumes to create queryable, high-value resource for research, computer vision algorithms, and ultimately for better diagnosis, clinical treatment decisions.

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(@flldr69)

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Physician

Mental and physical support for patients and their family prior to and after surgery and even more important prior to and after chemo-radio therapy. A lot never recuperate and there is no training to understand and support AND PHYSICIAN AND PATIENTS

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