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Velos, Inc. Releases Software to Support Cancer Centers With New Workflow and Content for NCI Clinical Trials Reporting Program
Date:7/16/2009

FREMONT, Calif., July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Velos, Inc., the trusted leader in clinical research management systems, announced today the availability of new system capabilities to ensure that the cancer center community can fulfill new registration requirements for the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) Clinical Trials Reporting Program, (CTRP). Velos has proactively developed these capabilities and functions in its Velos eResearch platform to ease and streamline registration of interventional trials. The content, based on specifications published for the CTRP, delivers capabilities for customers to create outputs that can be uploaded to the NCI in specified formats.

"Our priority is to support the NCI and, at the same time, to help cancer centers work successfully with these new requirements," said Priti Sahai, M.D., Velos Vice President for Product Development. "The abiding mission at Velos has always been to promote the NCI and its objectives. We're committed to facilitating their efforts to gain needed, up-to-date information. We have a shared goal to optimize investment in cancer research."

Recently, the NCI formalized the establishment of a comprehensive database that would contain regularly updated information about all NCI-funded clinical trials. The NCI initiated a phased launch of the CTRP in January 2009, with five "Pilot Sites" posting new studies. Pilot sites actively participated in the development process of the program itself. By July, a group of "Early Adopter" sites were identified by the NCI and these sites have begun the process of posting new interventional studies to the NCI database. Changes to existing trials will also be posted and it is expected that by the end of 2009, the process will be well underway with all NCI grantees posting proscribed information on all interventional trials. Registration of observational, ancillary and correlative studies will begin in 2010.'/>"/>

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