Five Reasons Why You Should Join the Fight Against Cancer

Amanda Haddock echoes the thoughts of a few other visionaries in the cancer arena. “We live in the Information Age, but research information is in silos that are hard to access. We need the power of the data in every researcher’s hand.” Read her very insightful blog post. Team Captain

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20140629-230537-83137451.jpgWhen we first announced the name of our foundation, people thought we were a little crazy. I understand that the name is unconventional, but so is our goal. It is different. Some might say impossible. So our name reflects not only the enormity of the task, but also that we plan to be successful.

Scientists have been fighting cancer for decades. We have made some advances to be sure, but we are a long way from declaring victory. There are many warriors in this battle, but no united force bringing them together. We live in the Information Age, but research information is in silos that are hard to access. We need the power of the data in every researcher’s hand.

I believe that most people believe, like I did, that there are vast resources available to cancer researchers. That is not the case. There are excellent pockets of data out…

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