The MMRF Data Bank

Data generation and integration

Because multiple myeloma is different for each patient and also dynamic within each patient, a critical mass of data, analysis and understanding is required to optimize treatments and continue the advancement of precision medicine. Scientists need to build bridges between the scattered islands of data – the Cancer Archipelago – in order to advance research.

Collaborating with best-in-class partners, we are beginning to uncover deeper insights into the disease’s biology that reveal important new drug targets. The MMRF Data Bank is a extensive repository of longitudinal and clinical data.

The MMRF CoMMpass Study<sup>℠</sup>

The MMRF CoMMpass Study

A collaboration of world-class researchers in over 108 institutions – a “dream team” of cancer specialists – the MMRF CoMMpass Study stand to accelerate the discovery and development of personalized treatments for patients.

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Multiple Myeloma Genomics Initiative (MMGI)

Multiple Myeloma Genomics Initiative (MMGI)

The molecular profiles of 500 relapsed and refractory patients will help us accelerate development of targeted therapies for different subtypes of myeloma.

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Multiple Myeloma Patient Registry

Multiple Myeloma Patient Registry

The registry will provide data for health care improvement, while helping to create the clearest picture of the current state of myeloma treatments.

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The Cancer Archipelago<sup>℠</sup>

The Cancer Archipelago

The cancer research landscape is that of a scientific archipelago - A scattered expanse of siloed data sets operating independently of one another with the potential to spark universal change, if united.

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