One important step closer to testing BE community

Today we got our approval from National Danish Data Protection Agency to start pilot testing the BE community with young cancer patients at major oncology wards at two Danish hospitals. This great news is bringing us closer to building the important, independent evidence on how BE is used by young patients and how this affects their outlook on life with cancer.

The top-of-the-line programmers and developers at Katalabs have been working hard and focused on getting all the research logs and secure profile log-ins in place for testing, and it all looks great and works well to secure that we get all the data we could ask for.

We’ll be blogging about the pilot-test from the start in mid-February and are very excited to share the news of how the young patients welcome BE. Mette will be in the field and meeting the young patients throughout Spring.

So stay tuned for that……

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