How can I use Adjutorium?
Adjutorium requests some information about the patient, and uses a machine learning algorithm to predict the patient's survival profile under different treatment options using data for similar women diagnosed with breast cancer in the past. Click on the link below to start using Adjutorium.Start Adjutorium »
How was Adjutorium developed?
Adjutorium predicts survival profiles and treatment benefits using a state-of-the-art automated machine learning model that was trained and externally validated on data for nearly 1 million patients in the UK and the US.
Who is Adjutorium for?
Adjutorium predicts prognosis for early breast cancer patients after surgery. Adjutorium can be used by clinicians, patients and their families. Patients and their caregivers should use Adjutorium and discuss treatment options in consultation with a medical professional.
Want to use our machine learning tools in your research?
The van der Schaar Lab is led by Prof. Mihaela van der Schaar at the University of Cambridge. The lab develops machine learning tools for a broad spectrum of healthcare problems. Adjutorium was developed using AutoPrognosis, an automated machine learning software recently developed by the van der Schaar Lab. AutoPrognosis is open-source, so you can use it to build prognostic models for your own research! To explore AutoPrognosis and other tools developed by ML-AIM, check out the links below.