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    Math can help uncover cancer's secrets | Irina Kareva

    Published on Apr 24, 2018

    Irina Kareva translates biology into mathematics and vice versa. She writes mathematical models that describe the dynamics of cancer, with the goal of developing new drugs that target tumors. "The power and beauty of mathematical modeling lies in the fact that it makes you formalize, in a very rigorous way, what we think we know," Kareva says. "It can help guide us to where we should keep looking, and where there may be a dead end." It all comes down to asking the right question and translating it to the right equation, and back.

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    Google researchers are uysing AR microscopes to detect cancer

    Published on May 1, 2018

    The special AR microscopes (ARM) use machine learning to detect cancerous cells. Doctors are able to monitor these microscopes nearby, cutting down their work time. This technology could be used to detect tuberculosis and malaria in the future.

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    What is Cancer? | The Cancer Series

    Published on May 2, 2018

    Let's start at the beginning. Cancer can be scary, but before we learn about how we're using science to treat and beat this disease, we'll cover what it is and how it works in this first video of The Cancer Series

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    Fighting Cancer With Immunotherapy - Prof. Cyrille J. Cohen

    Published on Jun 7, 2018

    Fighting Cancer with an Artificially Enhanced Immune System
    Prof. Cyrille J. Cohen, Bar-Ilan University

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    This chain-smoking robot is taking one for the team

    Published on Jun 13, 2018

    Researchers at the WYSS Institute at Harvard University developed a robot whose only task is smoking cigarettes. The smoke then goes through a tiny chip, lined with living human cells, that is used to study the effects of smoking on our lungs.

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    Interview with Dr Kinkel, Switzerland, about her experience with AI Breast

    Published on Jun 27, 2018

    -Through this interview, Dr Kinkel presents her background, her current practice activities and tells her experience with AI Breast. Key highlights:
    -Productivity improvement with auto-annotation feature on breast with multi-lesions
    -Confidence increase in tissue coverage with color mapping feature
    -Owning this high-tech feature gives a very positive image of the clinic and of the radiology department to the patients

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    Fighting cancer from space

    Published on Jul 3, 2018

    Robotic technology originally designed for the International Space Station is finding its way into healthcare by targeting breast cancer tumors.

    Dr. Mehran Anvari, chief executive officer at the Centre for Surgical Invention and Innovation (CSii), has developed a robotic procedure to provide MRI guided breast biopsies to women in remote areas through the use of telerobotic technology which was originally developed for robotics on the ISS.

    This video was created in conjunction with the Canadian Space Agency.

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    AI for healthcare

    Published on Jul 31, 2018

    At IBM Research, we look at cancer research as an information science problem. Find out how machine learning, natural language processing and other technologies are helping doctors gain new insights and develop more personalized, targeted treatment plans.

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    Article "Engineers Develop A.I. System to Detect Often-Missed Cancer Tumors"
    A team at UCF's Center for Research in Computer Vision have created an system that can detect trace amounts of lung cancer with 95 percent accuracy.

    by Zenaida Gonzalez Kotala
    August 21, 2018

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