Background: Cancer is considered clinically heterogeneous. Some cancers are indolent and localized, while others are aggressive and easily spread to other parts of the body with metastasis. Whether diagnosis methods or therapy selection has moved towards combination, personalization and diversity. Therefore, it is important to standardize clinical file management, biospecimen collection and translational research of cancer.
Methods: Data were retrieved from the Clinical Study Project on Cancer in XXXX, an ongoing longitudinal study including more than 1500 genitourinary cancer people.
Results: The standard clinical diagnosis, treatment and translational research workflow was built based on current medical administration technology, molecular research method and triangle coordination relationship among doctor, patient and researcher. Raised awareness of warning signs and improved healthy styles showed high-quality follow-up and clinical outcome. At last, the system helps research ability improvement based on the skills proficiency and achieve medicine-research-education integration.
Conclusion: Our analysis will help ensure patient health, enhance doctor-patient relationship, improve research efficiency and support continuing education. The goal of sustainable work participation in cancer survivors can be improved by the delivery of a personalised clinical management and education intervention. Furthermore, successful work outcomes often involve the cooperation of doctors, cancer survivors and clinical researchers.