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PACE Continuous Innovation Indicators: a new tool to measure progress in cancer research

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Published: 07.01.15
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Prof Gordon McVie - ecancer and European Institute of Oncology, Milan, Italy

From the “War on Cancer” to sponsored walkathons and races, society constantly aims to move cancer research forward - but can these results be quantified? Prof McVie tells ecancertv about a novel set of tools to measure research innovation, described in a new research paper published in ecancermedicalscience.

The PACE Continuous Innovation Indicators™ allow users to measure progress against cancer over time, and generate graphical outputs that may help them identify gaps and needs.

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