ASCO is embarking on CancerLinQ, a multi-phase initiative that promises to change the way cancer is understood and treated. This “rapid learning system” will harness technological advances to connect oncology practices, measure quality and performance, and provide physicians with decision support in real time. Cancer science and information technology are advancing rapidly, but the way […]
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