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Targeted Therapy: Predicting Treatment Response with a Shot of Tracer and Tech

How combining tech innovation and tracer research can pave the way to more targeted therapies. Targeted therapy is becoming an increasingly important option in the management of cancer and an exciting [...]

How One Doctor Saved his Father from a Problematic Prostate

After nearly two decades of discomfort, Jose turned to his son – the doctor – for minimally invasive treatment. For nearly 20 years, Jose Angelo Carnevale tried his best to ignore his [...]

From Rhinos to Naked Mole Rats: Scanning the Most Unique Patients

Working to save at-risk species with ultrasound The only male northern white rhino left in the world lives on a conservancy in central Kenya with 24-hour armed guards, along with the [...]

Race to Market: Collaborating to Accelerate Cell Therapy

Simplifying and automating cell therapy manufacturing to help reach more patients Cell therapy may be a new field, but it’s rapidly advancing. CAR-T therapy, which uses a patient’s own re-engineered T-cells [...]

The mammography system that mammo techs want to use – for patients and themselves

An inside look at a team of mammo techs that performs 50-60 mammograms a day For many women, an annual mammogram can trigger anxiety or fear. Even if this isn’t their [...]

Canine vs. Cancer: Seeing the Unseen with Ultrasound, and Man’s Best Friend

When Karen’s 110-pound Doberman kept nudging her in the same spot, she decided to see a doctor Pets provide great companionship, and many are even considered part of the family. In [...]

3D Printing Meets Biopharma: How Two Engineers Turned a Vision and One Printer into a Center that May Improve Healthcare

A new additive manufacturing center is already showing progress in bringing technology to more parts of healthcare, faster It all started when two engineers had an idea. In June 2016, Andreas [...]

“Like turbocharging your car”: The future of personalized medicine could hinge on a microscopic process from Sweden

Making the biopharmaceuticals that treat the most devastating illnesses just got faster and easier Every day, patients around the world rely on monoclonal antibody therapies to treat the most devastating illnesses, [...]

Massive Storm, Small Technology

Taking ultrasound where speed and portability matter On September 9, Jeff Hersh, a doctor, watched the northbound lanes of Interstate 75 in Florida fill with carloads of people fleeing the path [...]

Beyond treatment: Research could unlock the way to prevent breast cancer

The role of life sciences in breast cancer research and how it could make a difference Decades ago, understanding of breast cancer was promising, but inadequate. “Think pink” was a new [...]

The Law of Thaw: How a New Technology Improves the Delivery of Cell Therapies

Getting “living medicines” to patients around the world and providing physicians with reliable data The treatment arrives at the hospital frozen solid and sealed in a cryo-bag. It’s come halfway around [...]

What The Beep?! Tackling Alarm Fatigue in Intensive Care Units

How new digital technologies can make intensive care units a more peaceful environment, improving patient care and clinical staff efficiency In traditional intensive care units, each patient is wired to up [...]
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