Slide deck and other electronic resources available now for the CCRA 2016 Cancer Research Investment Report, and updated resources for childhood and adolescent cancers, cancer risk and prevention, translational research, cancer survivorship, and palliative and end-of-life cancer care
The electronic versions of the 2016 cancer research investment report, a slide deck with additional analyses, and an Excel workbook with supplementary data are now available on the CCRA website. In addition, our five special topic reports – childhood and adolescent cancers, cancer risk and prevention, translational research, cancer survivorship, and palliative and end-of-life cancer care – are now available in electronic form. These are in a new 4-page format and have re-branded slide decks. All of these products can be accessed at:
Hard copies of the annual investment report are forthcoming and you should receive by the end of this week.
Please note that the Tableau interactive tools for the 2016 investment report will be completed in the next few weeks and I am preparing sequential visualizations for each of the special topic reports. I will notify you when these tools are available.
Visit the new Onco-fertility preservation website at Sick Kids. You will find interesting and informative content from some of the world’s leading experts in the field.
Did you know that the journal/news sources in the default C17 Sosido Digest can be customized?
Now available for selection is the curated INBRACED neuroblastoma website.
Curated by the charity partners that form INBRACED and a number of generous collaborators, posts are assessed and vetted for accuracy before reaching the site. This website aims to act as a central source of neuroblastoma news from all over the world and cater to individuals looking for information on all of the different aspects of treatment, research and recovery.
International Neuroblastoma Research and Collaboration for Effective Delivery (INBRACED) is a new collaboration between charities, researchers and clinicians with the shared aim of accelerating the development of new, more effective therapies for the childhood cancer neuroblastoma.Central to the group’s activities is the introduction of standardised, international clinical trials.
How to customize your C17 Sosido Digest
- Log into your Sosido account. Clicking on “customize” next to the date at the top of your Sosido digest will take you to the log in screen.
- Click on “customize sources” in the blue box at the top of the screen.
- Select or deselect different sources. Don’t pick too many as your digest does have a length cut-off.
- Click “update sources” — blue button to the left