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A patient-centric page describing the overall ONCORELIEF project has been uploaded to the ONCORELIEF website. The new page describes the ONCORELIEF solution in a nutshell, preseting its main aspects in a friendly language.

The new page briefly presents the overall solution, the main devices and applications involved in data collection and analysis, the impact of the ONCORELIEF solution to patients and clinicians and the guidelines followed for data privacy protection. You can read the full page here.

The European Commission has approved a 6-month extension of the ONCORELIEF project. The project will continue until June 2023, which will give more time to the pilot site execution, ensuring collection of larger on-site data. This will provide enough information to power the developed AI methods for patient monitoring and Quality of Life prediction, as well as conduct a more comprehensive assessment of the ONCORELIEF solution as a whole.


The workshop on Machine Learning and Big Data in Health Care (ML@HC) was held as part of the 18th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations (AIAI 2022). The conference and workshop were held between 17 and 20 June, 2022, at Crete, Greece.

The ML@HC workshop was organized by the ONCORELIEF partners, and a keynote speech was held as part of it, describing the ONCORELIEF solution. Project partners also participated by presenting their work through publications.


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