The Oncology Data Network (ODN): Methodology, Challenges and Achievements.

@article{Woolmore2020TheOD,
  title={The Oncology Data Network (ODN): Methodology, Challenges and Achievements.},
  author={Ashley Woolmore and Dirk Arnold and Jean Yves Blay and Christian Buske and Alfredo Carrato and Winald R. Gerritsen and Marc Peeters and Jes{\'u}s Garc{\'i}a-Foncillas and David J Kerr},
  journal={The oncologist},
  year={2020}
}
Open to all European cancer centers, all cancer patients, and all cancer types, the Oncology Data Network (ODN) aims to create an extensive infrastructure of real‐world cancer care information. This article describes the ODN's methodological approaches, challenges, and achievements to date. 
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