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CDISC User Networks
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Current Public Reviews:
- Rare Diseases Therapeutic Area User Guide v1 .0
- - Comments Due 31 July 2018
- Huntington Disease Therapeutic Area User Guide v1.0 - Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Example - Comments Due 31 July 2018 Controlled Terminology Package 35 - Comments Due 20 July 2018
- due 26 June 2023
- TAUG-COVID v2 - Comments due 27 June 2023
- QRS Supplements to the SDTMIG - Comments due 27 June 2023
- CDASHIG v2.3 & Model v1.3 - Comments due 17 July 2023
CDISC Collaborative Projects:
These are publicly accessible project pages
All content on this Wiki is non-binding and any individual opinions expressed should not be considered indicative of the policies or positions of CDISC or any other organization.