Like our Group, our public and private partners contribute to the development and promotion of clinical research in Quebec. They support our activities, through funding or collaborations on innovative projects:
A long-time partner of our Group, the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation provides funding for innovative and unique projects in breast cancer in Quebec. The Group benefits from the Foundation’s continued support to establish and deploy the Programme Accès-recherche, which brings clinical research closer to patients in regions outside major urban centers.
A partner since the very beginning of the Group’s operations, the NSABP Foundation, an American non-profit organization, designs and conducts clinical trials, including in breast cancer to improve treatment and change the standard of care. The Group has a collaboration agreement with the NSABP Foundation and thus carries out their studies in Quebec.
Catalis and the McPeak-Sirois Group collaborate with a large number of organizations in the Quebec health and social services network in order to maximize private investments or obtain more clinical trials, facilitate the start-up of clinical trials and help patients access therapeutic innovations.
We share with the Q-CROC network the desire to stimulate the recruitment of participants in clinical trials. Q-CROC provides several tools, including the OncoQuébec Trials registry, which lists all the active clinical trials in oncology within the network.
Our Group is proud to collaborate with the Coalition Priorité cancer, whose mission is to be a strong voice for people affected by cancer in order to improve the cancer health system in Quebec. Our two organizations share a priority in improving access to advanced diagnostics and treatment.
A strategic partner of the Group, medcomXchange is an international digital health company dedicated to precision medicine in oncology, in particular through the development of cutting-edge platforms powered by AI. Together, we aim to accelerate digital health research for the benefit of the medical community and breast cancer patients as well as to facilitate knowledge transfer in this domain.