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Angiosarcoma Project
A / research initiative to partner directly w patients to accelerate and share discoveries in Angiosarcoma please visit
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Corrie Painter, PhD Apr 2
I wrote this deeply personal story about my experiences w angiosarcoma, my support group and all of the science we are doing with for I can't thank my cancer community enough for locking arms and moving forward
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Angiosarcoma Project Mar 26
Update Regarding the Angiosarcoma Project and COVID-19:
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The Osteosarcoma Project Feb 28
Launched today, 's Osteosarcoma Project (OSproject), a patient-partnered research study that aims to transform our understanding of . Find out more:
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Nature Medicine Feb 28
Patient-partnered research allows patients with to share their samples and clinical records securely to accelerate molecular characterization of tumors and identification of therapeutic approaches
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Broad Institute Feb 25
Broad and researchers, led by and , have conducted the largest study of , revealing new mutations and therapeutic possibilities through 's patient-partnered research approach.
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Laurie Glimcher MD Feb 18
Angiosarcoma is an extremely rare cancer. But the with , and is bringing a community of patients together, uncovering more about this disease, and bringing new treatments within reach.
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Nature Research Feb 14
A study in identifies causes of a rare cancer of blood vessel walls called angiosarcoma. The research points to possible therapeutic options for patients with this aggressive disease. The study is a result of the .
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Broad Institute Feb 11
When Jim Chapdelaine was diagnosed with , he was told he had a year to live. Now, as the longest-living survivor of this aggressive cancer (that he knows of), he is a member of an online community of patients that support one another and advocate for research.
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Liz Connolly Feb 12
Angiosarcoma Project- truely innovative approach to research, through patient partnership, w excellent outcome for this complex disease- exciting ⁦⁦Nature Med⁩ publication! Well done ⁦⁦⁦⁩ et al!
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Broad Institute Feb 11
Chapdelaine and many of the group’s members participated in the , a new research effort and that just published its first scientific findings. Learn more about Chapdelaine and the :
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Dr. Deanna Attai Feb 10
"A patient-partnered approach that leverages social media can circumvent the challenges experienced in the study of a rare cancer" - et al
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Corrie Painter, PhD Feb 11
Here’s our cover art for yesterday’s letter with a shareable link to boot!
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Brian Crompton Feb 11
A revolutionary effort to learn clinical-relevant biology in a rare cancer! Of course, most pediatric tumors and sarcomas are rare cancers. I can hardly wait until we can announce the launch of the next effort! Great work and many others
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Nature Medicine Feb 11
A framework of patient-partnered research allows patients with to share their samples and clinical records securely to accelerate molecular characterization of tumors and identification of therapeutic approaches
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Rod Ritchie Feb 10
Bringing together appropriate numbers of people for a rare cancer study is now possible with social media. Researchers, carefully build your list of followers and you will likely have a cohort that matches the requirements for your next study.
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Broad Institute Feb 10
. and highlight the power of patient-partnered research in through and the . Read about their research findings at:
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Nicolas Robine Feb 10
The Angiosarcoma Project: enabling genomic and clinical discoveries in a rare cancer through patient-partnered research Congrats and the team
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Daniel J Drucker Feb 10
Innovation in Rare Disease Research. The development of the Angiosarcoma Project (ASCproject), an initiative enabling US and Canadian to remotely share their clinical information and biospecimens for research
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InsideScientific Feb 10
What a remarkable project & an even more incredible opportunity to become an integral part of the research movement & have a direct impact on research. Check out the by clicking the link or head to for the full article!
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Elaine Schattner Feb 10
Gotta love the Project! Thrilling to see this collaboration of cancer patients and researchers delivering science. Wow! & team,
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