At Maastro Clinic, we strongly believe in the Computer Assisted Theragnostics (CAT) concept. By creating a shared database with medical imaging and characteristics in cancer patients, tumours and treatments we can greatly improve the ability to learn and predict the outcome of individual treatments within the coming years. Furthermore, it will ease and speed up the administration of patients for clinical trials and enhance the trial analysis.

To facilitate the collaborative efforts in cancer treatment and research, the CancerData medical data archive offers you medical images and annotiations in DICOM and AIM format, respectively. You can freely browse and download the provided anonymised data. If you do have a CancerData account, you should log in to download private collections.

  • To see a description of the available collections, click here.
  • To go to the images, click here. (use these instructions to quickly get your images using the DOI of a supported paper)
  • To download additional data, click here.