I've been studying Radical Remissions - what doctors call spontaneous remissions - for 10 years. I have a database of cases that can be shared with the Moonshot Program, and would ideally like to conduct an RCT on the 9 healing factors I've found.
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).
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Open data must be worked on by talented data scientists so that patterns can be mined and discoveries can be made to improve patient care. This requires the active recruitment of data scientists and facilitation in addressing fundamental questions.
Children with brain tumors experience improved outcomes when Creative Arts Therapy is included with their treatment. Cognitive testing in adults with brain tumors also leverages games for measuring cognitive function during and after chemotherapy.
Harnessing big data is imperative to making cancer research more efficient, equitable, and responsive. The key though is having mineable databases that include patient level data.
Radiation therapy efficacy is limited by a lack of clinical outcomes data and the correlates with the pre-treatment patient state and the treatment course. We propose that a registry model needs soot be developed that can be broadly implemented.
I research Soulforce Medicine for many years, all cases of Soulforce Medicine Show have posted to website after finishing writing, and had been videoed during Soulforce Show, and published books about every case. comparing, analyzing, summarizing...
There remains outstanding ideas examined via early phase clinical trials, however, these studies are often done in silos (ie, academic centers alone as singular centers). There is currently modest incentive to collaborate across multiple centers.
Treatment would involve adding a magnetic property, selenium, to existing cancer cells for extraction from the patient.
Today the information from my surgery, my treatment, my anatomic pathology and surgical tissues are at one medical center or with one oncologist. This needs to be shared information accessible for research by any legitimate research group.
I think it would be interesting to analyze "social data" and search for patterns that correlate with cancer.
Well-designed, accessible predictive models can provide evidenced-based, personalized estimates of important clinical cancer outcomes. I recommend comprehensive development of nomograms to assist with shared decision making.
SEER, SEER-Medicare and other publicly accessible databases are not easy to find, access or analyze for non-researchers with novel ideas that could lead to breakthroughs. Reconfigure to make the databases hackable for the general public.
The ubiquitous genus Alternaria contains many species that are able to invade cereals, oleaginous plants and other crops. Alternaria alternata is considered one of the most important species and can produce several mycotoxins .
Approximately 1.6M people are diagnosed with cancer per year in the US. We need an open, comprehensive, longitudinal database in which to capture diagnosis, treatment & outcomes including Quality of Life measures as we try & determine VALUE of care.
People have supercomputer in their pocket and have no idea and it can be used to help cure cancer