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Pioneering Data-Sharing Network Created to Accelerate Cancer Precision Medicine Development

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Intermountain Healthcare, Stanford Cancer Institute, and Providence Health & Services are founding health systems members of the Oncology Precision Network.

PALO ALTO, Calif.; SALT LAKE CITY, Utah; RENTON, Wash.; STANFORD, Calif., June 2, 2016 – Intermountain Healthcare, Stanford Cancer Institute, Providence Health & Services, and Syapse joined together today to announce a new consortium to advance cancer care through data sharing and increase access to clinical trials. Responding to Vice President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Initiative, the Oncology Precision Network (OPN) will share, as appropriate, aggregated cancer genomics data through an advanced software platform, rapidly bringing the most promising treatment insights to cancer patients and physicians.

This unprecedented collaboration between two of the nation’s largest not-for-profit health systems, one of the country’s premiere academic research centers, and Syapse, a leading precision medicine software company, aims to find breakthroughs in cancer care by leveraging previously untapped real-world cancer genomics data while preserving privacy, security, and data rights.

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