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University of Florida Shands Cancer Center Selects OnCore(r) to Support its Collaborative Research Goals
Date:7/15/2009

linkClick( this.href );" target="_blank">www.CrescendoEx.com), clinical research organizations are able to selectively share protocol, subject, and clinical data with their partners anywhere in the world. Crescendo services are seamlessly integrated with the OnCore platform.

Over the last decade, the people of PercipEnz have had the privilege of working in close collaboration with many world-class cancer research organizations. To date, there are 25 cancer centers, 18 of which are National Cancer Institute (NCI) designated, that have adopted OnCore to manage their entire research portfolios. Through the Onsemble community (www.Onsemble.net), this group of institutions interact on many fronts, making significant contributions to the development of shared best practices and providing direction in the continuous evolution of OnCore.

"It's a true pleasure to welcome the Shands Cancer Center into the OnCore community" said Srini Kalluri, president and CEO of PercipEnz. "I am quite certain that Shands will not only benefit from the collective contributions of the existing Onsemble membership, but they will also become a terrific contributor to the improvement of the broader cancer research operational context."

The UFSCC has set an aggressive timeline to transition from their legacy system to OnCore. "We hope to migra
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