The Melanoma UK digital registry is an observational, non-interventional, longitudinal study that gathers data via a smartphone app used by patients, regarding the impact of melanoma and drug treatment in the real world. The melanoma dataset is available to researchers to further the knowledge of melanoma and improve patient care.
Access allows researchers to use the interactive dashboards within the Vitaccess Real™ platform, to export the anonymized dataset, and various selected cohorts. Dashboards include interactive figures and summary tables for demographics, treatment patterns and patient-reported outcome (PRO) instruments that measure the health-related quality of life and symptoms of study participants.
Non-commercial researchers are able to access this dataset for free by filling out the data request form (below). Commercial researchers can subscribe for a fee. To enquire about commercial subscriptions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once applications have been approved, researchers can access the dataset.
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