Experience the Power of Partnership
Collaboration is at the core of the TCC network. By combining patient health information into one searchable data system, TCC helps doctors uncover trends between patients with similar conditions, allowing for more informed decision making. As the database grows, researchers can use the data to develop more targeted treatment options for patients.
To protect patients' privacy and security, all information is collected in a safe and consistent process across all member cancer centers.
How You Help ORIEN TCC Advance Cancer Treatments
With your consent, doctors collect information including records, results, and samples during your regular doctors visit.
TCC adds your information to the database so researchers can uncover trends, gain new insights, and direct future research.
As TCC grows, doctors and researchers can learn from patients, identify better treatments, and ultimately provide better care.
Collaboration between patients, researchers, and doctors allows for the development of better treatments. Your participation helps build the database researchers use to advance cancer cures.
The ORIEN-Aster Insights-TCC Network
In partnership with the Oncology Research Information Exchange Network (ORIEN), Aster Insights brings together key stakeholders in cancer research to accelerate clinical trials and discovery.
Powered by Aster Insights, this national network allows researchers to share information and expertise, and facilitates collaboration among top cancer centers. With the help of our informatics platform, we can provide real-world data to meet specific research objectives.
Sharing Your Data Through TCC is Convenient, Voluntary, and Secure.
No extra doctor visits or procedures
All information and samples for TCC will be collected during your normal doctor’s visits.
Voluntary every step of the way
You’re in control and can stop participation at any point. Leaving TCC won’t impact your care in any way.
Your data security and privacy are top priority
All your personal identifying information is removed before data is shared. This protects your privacy while still helping researchers learn from your health information.