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EORTC, BIG, and Agendia Announce Completion of Patient Recruitment for International MINDACT Study
Date:10/18/2011

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About the EORTC

Founded in 1962, the EORTC is a nonprofit international cancer research organization under Belgian law. The EORTC has the mission to develop, conduct, coordinate and stimulate translational and clinical research in Europe to improve the management of cancer and related problems by increasing survival but also patient quality of life. The EORTC is both multinational and multidisciplinary, and the EORTC Network comprises over 300 hospitals and cancer centers in over 30 countries which include some 2,500 collaborators from all disciplines involved in cancer treatment and research. 

For more information about the EORTC please visit: http://www.eortc.be

About the BIG

BIG is a non-profit organization for academic breast cancer research groups from around the world, headquartered in Brussels, Belgium. Founded in 1999, BIG comprises 50 groups based in Europe, Canada, Latin America, Asia and Australasia, representing several thousand specialized hospitals and research centers. BIG also works closely with the US National Cancer Institute and the North American Breast Cancer Groups. To make significant scientific advances in breast cancer research, reduce unnecessary duplication of effort, and optimally serve patients, large-scale collaboration is crucial. Therefore BIG facilitates breast cancer research by stimulating cooperation between its members and other academic networks, and partnering with, but working independently from, the pharmaceutical industry.

For more information about BIG please visit: http://www.breastinternationalgroup.org

About Agendia:

Agendia is a leading global commercial molecular diagnostic company that develops and markets genomic-based diagnostic products that improve the quality of life for cancer patients and s
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