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Repairing a 100-year-old heart

Less invasive procedures grow more popular as populations age In 1990, the world was home to 95,000 centenarians, or individuals over 100-years-old. By 2015, that number had quadrupled to nearly half a [...]

The immunotherapy hurdle – and why doctors could soon predict how each patient will respond

A partnership between Vanderbilt University Medical Center and GE Healthcare will create AI-powered apps to enable safer and more precise immunotherapies When two doctors oceans apart were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize [...]

Five ways health care became more precise in 2018

From immunotherapy to NASA-like hospital Command Centers, advances over the past 12 months set the stage for more breakthroughs in health care. With global healthcare expenditure now exceeding $7 trillion per year, [...]

Should I tell you about our AI platform?

5 questions with: Dr. Mark Michalski, Director of Center for Clinical Data Science at Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women’s Hospitals. If you know someone who works in healthcare – hospital administrator, radiologist, tech, nurses, any [...]

5 Ways 2018 Was the Year of the Patient

Healthcare technology found new ways to put the patient at the center of care. Women say this small device is changing their perception of getting a mammogram.

These 17,000 meters of land in China will house advanced labs and manufacturing for future therapeutics

Leading supplier to the biopharma industry will open a manufacturing facility in Guangzhou using KUBio, the “factory-in-a-box”, to more efficiently deliver targeted treatments. In a sprawling port city northwest of Hong Kong on [...]

Harnessing the power of the immune system to fight the toughest cancers

New research combines cell therapy with tumor vaccine to address metastatic melanoma, one of the most challenging cancers to treat. By the time the patient at Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden was [...]

When a BAD diagnosis is better: The disease that’s being misdiagnosed – and how patients are getting answers that change their lives

Bile Acid Diarrhea (BAD) affects an estimated 1,000,000 people living in the United Kingdom and can be very common in patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome associated with Diarrhea (IBS-D).

Hospitals in Turkey and Spain are making prostate exams easier for patients

Advances in Magnetic Resonate (MR) imaging are also helping phyisicans better catch prostate cancer, the fifth leading cause of death from cancer in men.

This cardiac software originating from a Stanford basement is now one of the top of Artificial Intelligence solutions available

Dr. Albert Hsiao co-developed the new ViosWorks MR software package to help speed up cardiac MRI exams. It all started with a simple request made in the depths of one of the [...]

AI-embedded X-Ray system could help speed up detection of a collapsed lung

Pneumothorax impacts nearly 74,000 Americans every year. An AI algorithm could help radiologists prioritize the review of critical cases. With more than 2 billion X-Ray exams done annually, X-Ray is often the [...]

How one radiologist is bringing 3D printing to the health care of nine million veterans

Veterans Administration and GE Healthcare partnership reduces the time it takes for radiologists to create 3D-printed models from hours to minutes. When VA radiologist Dr. Beth Ripley stepped into the convention center [...]
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