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Alzheimer’s A Struggle Both For Patient, Caregiver

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It’s 4/20, and an FDA Panel Just OK’d a Drug Made From Marijuana

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Yesterday morning a tall, lanky 16-year-old boy in a red polo shirt stood at a podium in front of a roomful of doctors, scientists, and regulators and told them about how a drug they were considering for approval had changed his life. “I had seizures for 10 years,” he said. “My parents tell me there were times I had seizures 100 times a day.” Now, he said, he has been seizure free for nearly two and a half years. “I can understand what goes on at school,” he said. “And I can have adventures that never would have been possible before.” He told them about how seizure freedom enabled him to study to be a Bar Mitzvah in 2016. He told them about a school trip he’d just taken without his... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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A Stunning Gene-Therapy Breakthrough in the Fight Against Beta Thalassemia, a Devastating Blood Disease

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In 1976, my final year of medical school, I travelled abroad and spent several months working in the hematology clinic at Hadassah Hospital, in Jerusalem. Every day, I attended to children and teen-agers suffering from a blood disorder called beta thalassemia. They were easy to identify in the clinic waiting room. Their skin was a pale yellow, their skull and facial bones were distorted, and their abdomens bulged from an enlarged liver and spleen. Many were short of breath, with swollen legs and other signs of heart failure. Beta thalassemia, like its better-known cousin sickle-cell disease, is caused by a congenital defect in the globin protein, a key component of hemoglobin, the substance that allows our red blood cells to carry oxygen... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Imaging Method Identifies How Normal and Cancer Cells Move and Adapt

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New Imaging Method Identifies How Normal and Cancer Cells Move and Adapt Caption: A human breast cancer cell (green) in a zebrafish blood vessel (magenta) during part of the metastatic process. Captured from a still of a moving image, a cancer cell mimics the behavior of immune cells, where the cell ‘rolls’ thru the vessels. Credit: T. Liu et al./Science 2018 ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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Woman says her doctor told her she was just fat, when in fact she had cancer

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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Gary Rieschel talks about China’s Made in 2025 plan

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Published on Apr 18, 2018CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Gary Rieschel, Founder and Managing Partner of Qiming Venture Partners about China's ambitious 2025 plan. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: Well For M... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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Rampage may stoke CRISPR fears, but scientists say it could be educational, too

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When David Liu, a professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Harvard, first saw the trailer for the latest Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson movie Rampage, he rolled his eyes. Liu has been working with the gene-editing tool CRISPR for about six years, developing a gene therapy that might one day treat human hearing loss, among other things. In Rampage, a rogue CRISPR experiment is re... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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Dr. Marc Siegel on ‘comfort care:’ Barbara Bush is a pioneer

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NYU Langone Medical Center Professor Dr. Marc Siegel on a new study that immunotherapy drugs improve lung cancer survival and former first lady Barbara Bush choosing "comfort care" in the last days of her life instead of continuing treatment for her failing health.Detected Closed Captioning: THIS IS TRUECAR. STUART: LISTEN TO THIS, NEW IMMUNO THERAPY DRUGS CUT THE RISK OF DYING FROM LUNG CANCER IN HALF. MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT DARK MARK SIEGEL IS WITH US. FIRST OF ALL, IT'S A BREAKTHROUGH IF YOU CUT THE RISK IN HALF BUT SECONDLY, HAVE TO TELL US WHAT IS IMMUNO THERAPY. >> BY THE WAY, YES, IT'S AN AMAZING BREAKTHROUGH, THEY ARE LIVING OVER A YEAR ON AVERAGE. OVER 600 PATIENTS IN THE TRI... Read More
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‘Sometimes you face consequences,’ UK police allegedly to controversial blogger about death threats

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A self-styled amateur journalist in the UK is claiming police aren't doing enough over death threats she's received online. Jonaya Fenessa English is known to have posted hateful comments such as 'Islam is worse than cancer'. Such posts have provoked an aggressive reaction. But according to Jonaya, police haven't taken her complaints about it seriously.Check out http://rt.comRT LIVE ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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What Would Happen If All The Coral Reefs Died Off?

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We're currently facing the worst bleaching of coral reefs ever known in history, but what would happen if all the coral reefs died off? We've already lost 50% of the world's coral, and we're at risk of losing even more. If the world lost all its coral reefs, the results would be dire. Read more from Business Insider's "Saving Our Planet" series here: http://www.businessinsider.com/saving...Tech Insider tells you all you ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Drugs Using the Body’s Natural “Marijuana” Could Help Treat Pain, Cancer

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New Drugs Using the Body’s Natural “Marijuana” Could Help Treat Pain, CancerArtelo Biosciences enters into licensing agreement with Stony Brook for FABP compounds Stony Brook researchers have developed new chemical compounds that are licensed to Artelo Biosciences as potential drugs to treat pain, inflammation and cancer. Assembled with some of the compounds are, from left: Iwao Ojima, Martin Kazocha, graduate students Su Yan and Matthew Elmes, and Dale Deutsch. ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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Google’s New AI Head Is So Smart He Doesn’t Need AI

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Google’s heavy investment in artificial intelligence has helped the company’s software write music and beat humans at complex board games. What unlikely feats could be next? The company’s new head of AI says he’d like to see Google move deeper into areas such as healthcare. He also warns that the company will face some tricky ethical questions over appropriate uses for AI as it expands its use of the technology. The new AI boss at Google is Jeff Dean. The lean 50-year-old computer scientist joined the co... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More
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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

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New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, a Stony Brook University-led team of researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable cancer specialists to generate tumor-immune information from routinely gathered pathology slides. Published in ... Read More