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An online community where patients and their families learn from each other.
Theresa Beech Presentation: Osteosarcoma Genetic Research
Count Me In is stewarded by four leading organizations: Emerson Collective, a California-based social change organization; the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, a leading nonprofit biomedical research institution; the Biden Cancer Initiative, an independent nonprofit organization that builds on the federal government’s Cancer Moonshot; and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, a leading cancer hospital.
Count Me In projects partner researchers directly with patients who share their samples and clinical information in order to speed important discoveries.
Advances in genomics, bioinformatics, machine learning, and data analytics have created opportunities for designing research projects at a scale once thought impossible—just as social media has allowed patients, advocates, physicians, and researchers to work closely together.
The OSProject is currently being designed in close collaboration with patients, advocacy partners, and researchers in the osteosarcoma community and will be coming soon. If you are interested in being notified when the project launches, please join the OSProject mailing list below.