Irish Oncology App Launches Search Engine for Clinical Trials

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Irish app firm ONCOassist has launched a clinical trial search engine in partnership with clinical trial organization Cancer Trials Ireland. The search engine was funded by €25,000 from the Health Service Executive, which provides Ireland’s public health services in hospitals and the community, under the QIC digital innovation program. Oncology-focused platforms have become increasingly popular in the digital health space. This year British cancer-focused tech start-up Vine Health announced £1.2 million in seed funding, Finnish health data science start-up Kaiku Health teamed up with Amgen to partner on a digital symptom tracking for multiple myeloma, US AI platform tech firm Precision Health AI announced a new platform, called Eureka Health Oncology, to provide practical AI applications for real oncology use cases.

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