An update on the Victorian Cancer Biobank Wednesday 13 March, 2013 You may have heard there are some changes happening to the central operations of the Victorian Cancer Biobank. As you know, the Victorian Cancer Biobank has been funded through the Victorian Government for the past 7 years. This longstanding support has enabled VCB to build up a substantial collection of annotated tissue samples for cancer research and to implement ‘value-added’ components, such as the construction of tissue microarrays and DNA and RNA extraction. Following this successful implementation phase, the focus of VCB
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VCB and VCR Collaboration Tuesday 17 July, 2012 VCB AND VCR COLLABORATION In collaboration with the Victorian Cancer Registry (VCR), the Biobank has conducted an exercise to compare VCR coded entries with the VCB assigned codes in the Cresalys database. The study was undertaken to investigate the feasibility of linking fields contained in the VCR database with the fields in the Cresalys database. Currently Biobank staff enter data obtained from pathology reports into Cresalys. This data is also coded by the Data Managers at the VCR. Pathology data from 493 cases was extracted from Cresalys