An initiative of the American Society of Clinical Oncology to collect cancer data and distribute it to oncologists and conduct analyses is starting to take off.
Called CancerLinQ, the program pulls data from electronic health records and medical devices, and enables clinicians to share the data via an interoperability platform.
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