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About Project Data Sphere®

Project Data Sphere is an independent initiative of the CEO Roundtable on Cancer. Project Data Sphere aims to improve outcomes for cancer patients by openly sharing data, convening world class experts, and collaborating across industry and regulators to catalyze new scientific insights that accelerate delivery of effective treatments to patients.

The Project Data Sphere platform provides a place where the world's research community can broadly share, integrate, and analyze patient-level data from academic and industry cancer clinical trials. Launched in 2014, the platform currently features more than 150 datasets representing more than 120,000 patient lives.

Our platform brings high-quality data from completed cancer clinical trials to a single, easily accessible research platform. Medical researchers are able to aggregate data across tumor types and research organizations, and any one looking for high quality data benefits from our open-access data-sharing model and free access to SAS® analytical tools.