NCI convenes key players to build framework for data federation in childhood cancer

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For three days next week, about 200 experts in childhood cancer research will meet in Washington, D.C., to discuss their vision for a national Childhood Cancer Data Initiative, a program that aims to consolidate big data in pediatric cancer.

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