Today, the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) announced they are launching CureCloud™, a centralized data hub that generates, aggregates and visualizes data to advance precision medicine to patients living with multiple myeloma. The CureCloud will play a main role in the MMRF’s three-year plan to “transform patient care through addressing the medical industry’s biggest challenge: data sharing and collection.”
COTA is excited to be partnering with the MMRF and others in the industry to fuel the analysis and application of the data collected by the MMRF. Multiple Myeloma is a highly heterogeneous disease, and substantial amounts of genomic, immune and clinical data are needed by physicians, researchers, and patients to help drive more effective treatments.
“We are proud to work with MMRF and other like-minded partners across our industry to transform the way patient data is organized, ultimately working together to put patients first when treating multiple myeloma. This partnership is a significant step in COTA’s mission to provide all cancer patients with a clear path to the right care,” said Mike Doyle, CEO of COTA.
Read the MMRF’s full announcement here.