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Xilis believes cultivating micro-tumors may hold the key to more effective cancer treatments

Xilis believes cultivating micro-tumors may hold the key to more effective cancer treatments Despite near-miraculous advances in the treatment of cancer in the U.S. and around the world, the disease remains the second leading cause of death in America. The problem is that every manifestation of the disease is unique to the […]

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You’ve heard of CRISPR, now meet its newer, savvier cousin CRISPR Prime

You’ve heard of CRISPR, now meet its newer, savvier cousin CRISPR Prime CRISPR, the revolutionary ability to snip out and alter genes with scissor-like precision, has exploded in popularity over the last few years and is generally seen as the standalone wizard of modern gene-editing. However, it’s not a perfect system, sometimes […]

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Google’s SMILY is reverse image search for cancer diagnosis

Google’s SMILY is reverse image search for cancer diagnosis Spotting and diagnosing cancer is a complex and difficult process even for the dedicated medical professionals who do it for a living. A new tool from Google researchers could improve the process by providing what amounts to reverse image search for suspicious or […]

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Paige details first AI pathology tech with clinical-grade accuracy in new research paper

Paige details first AI pathology tech with clinical-grade accuracy in new research paper Medical tech and computational pathology startup Paige has published a new article in the peer-reviewed medical journal Nature Medicine, detailing its artificial intelligence-based detection system for identifying prostate cancer, skin cancer and breast cancer, which the company says achieves […]

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Only 2% of genomic material available for research comes from Africa, 54gene wants to change that

Only 2% of genomic material available for research comes from Africa, 54gene wants to change that New advances in genetic mapping and manipulation hold the promise of reshaping medical treatments in the 21st century, but thanks to a lack of sufficient infrastructure and apparent scientific disregard, an entire continent is at risk […]

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Pitching accuracy rates of over 99% for multiple cancer screens, Thrive launches with $110 million

Pitching accuracy rates of over 99% for multiple cancer screens, Thrive launches with 0 million For more than 25 years the founders of Thrive Earlier Detection have been researching ways to improve the accuracy of liquid biopsy tests. The fruits of that labor from Dr. Bert Vogelstein, Dr. Kenneth Kinzler and Dr. […]

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These Johns Hopkins students are slashing breast cancer biopsy costs

These Johns Hopkins students are slashing breast cancer biopsy costs Over 2 million women were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018. And while the diagnosis doesn’t have to be a death sentence for women in countries like the United States, in developing countries three times as many women die from the disease. […]

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Jio Health combines online and offline healthcare in Southeast Asia, starting in Vietnam

Jio Health combines online and offline healthcare in Southeast Asia, starting in Vietnam The internet is often lauded for the potential to increase the impact of a range of primary services in emerging markets, including education, commerce, banking and healthcare. While many of those platforms are now being built, a few are […]

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A healthcare investment fund has become one of Israel’s largest with a $660 million close

A healthcare investment fund has become one of Israel’s largest with a 0 million close One of Israel’s single largest venture capital funds is a new later stage vehicle focused on healthcare. The aMoon investment firm launched its second vehicle in April 2018 and it just announced its final close with $660 […]

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J&J spends $3.4 billion in cash for Auris Health’s lung cancer diagnostics and surgical robots

J&J spends .4 billion in cash for Auris Health’s lung cancer diagnostics and surgical robots Johnson & Johnson’s robotic surgery and medical device division, Ethicon, is dropping $3.4 billion in cash to pick up Auris Health, a developer of robotic diagnostics and surgical devices initially focused on detecting and treating lung cancer. […]

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