About LynxCare

Unlock Insights in Multiple Myeloma

LynxCare's comprehensive data asset* offers fresh insights into Multiple Myeloma (MM), including comorbidity factors, treatment patterns, and staging. With over +585 estimated patients and 348 endpoints measured, our granular and quality-controlled real world dataset can unlock invaluable insights into the treatment and prognosis of MM, empowering clinicians to make informed decisions.

Access to timely, granular and Real-World Data for regulatory purposes is one of the biggest challenges life sciences companies are facing. We can help you overcome this obstacle and close evidence gaps throughout your product lifecycle in Multiple Myeloma (MM), from development to launch and growth.

LynxCare's comprehensive datasets* offer fresh insights into Multiple Myeloma (MM), including comorbidity factors, treatment patterns, and staging.

Take a moment and discover more about the data sources, the representativeness of the dataset, the value of unstructured data, and how LynxCare's dataset stands out from the competition.


* LynxCare datasets concern datasets within the LynxCare hospital network. The hospitals are the data controllers. No commitment before site approval on RWE request.

Dries Hens, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer - MBA ESCP Europe



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