Flywheel, AIQ to offer cancer therapy response system

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

October 7, 2020 -- Flywheel and AIQ Solutions have partnered to offer a data management and analysis system aimed at boosting scientists' understanding of treatment responses for complex diseases, including cancer.

Using Flywheel's cloud-scale data management and collaboration platform and AIQ's technology, the scalable system can improve patient management and the overall delivery of accurate data for specific diseases, according to the firms.

The system aims to help physicians and researchers develop optimal treatment plans for their patients and ultimately improve patient outcomes.

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